Implementation of the Wisconsin Nutrition and Physical Activity State Plan
long-term strategic plan should set the groundwork for a specific
intervention action plan (If you don't have a strategic plan, go to the
strategic plan page). Compared
to the strategic plan, The intervention action plan is for a shorter term, is more detailed and is specific to
a targeted intervention. An example of an intervention action plan
would be to work with the schools to develop or expand after-school
activities for children and make the school facilities available in off
hours to members of the community.
planning an intervention on the front end will greatly increase the
likelihood of success. The resources below will help guide you
through the intervention planning process.
Action Planning Resources
Action Plan Steps - Listed below are the steps for intervention action
planning and resources to help with the process:
Action Plan Overview (PDF, 60 KB) - A
step-by-step explanation of what should be included in an intervention
plan with examples to illustrate each step.
Flow Chart (PDF, 47 KB)
- A one-page
checklist to assist coalitions in considering the pieces to include when
developing their action plan.
Behavior Effectively (PDF, 545 KB) - A copy
of the powerpoint presentation by Amy Meinen and Jon Morgan that describes
the steps in developing an effective nutrition and physical activity
intervention. The presentation focuses on environmental and policy changes to assist
efforts for individual behavior changes.
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