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Healthy Alaskans 2010

Healthy Alaskans 2010 will be used throughtout this decade to track changes in health status of Alaskans and to serve as a point of reference for health policy development. Using the framework of the national Healthy People 2010 document, the third decennial set of health related goals and objectives for the nation, it will reflect Alaskan’s priorities and objectives for improving health status, modifying exposures to health risks, and strengthening health care services, environmental and occupational conditions. The goals and objectives set in this process will be the groundwork for further policy making and for further discussion of roles, responsibilities and strategies for improving health.

Plans

These documents are available online by the chapter and as the full print version, for your convenience. To download any of the available Healthy Alaskans 2010 documents, click on the appropriate name below.

Healthy Alaskans 2010, Volume 1:
Executive Summary

The Executive Summary for Healthy Alaskans 2010, Volume I is an overview of the targets and indicators covered in Volume I.

Healthy Alaskans 2010, Volume I:
Targets for Improved Health

Volume I outlines the health-related goals and objectives for Alaska. It discusses the leading indicators and provides statistics in four main focus areas: health promotion, health protection, preventive services and access to care, and public health infrastructure.

Healthy Alaskans 2010, Volume II:
Creating Healthy Communities: An Alaskan Talking Circle

Volume II offers an alternative to the standard strategic health plan. This plan addresses the targets and indicators in Volume I through fourteen stories of community-based efforts for public health improvement.

Health Plan Summaries:
References & Resouces

Summaries of the state health planning documents, cross-referencing materials, and an extensive list of acronyms and abbreviations common to public health.

Progress Reports

Requesting Healthy Alaskans 2010 publications

To order by phone, please call: (907) 465-5663.