Healthy People Consortium Meeting
"Implementing Healthy People 2010"
November 11, 2000

Summary of Breakout Group Discussion Concerning:
Family Planning

Discussion Questions

1. What does implementing Healthy People 2010 mean to you?
2. How do you suggest we work with local community groups in implementing the Healthy People objectives?
3. What are the challenges/barrier to meeting the Healthy People 2010 objectives?
4. What can we do to support the elimination of health disparities among racial and ethnic population groups?
5. How do we measure progress of Healthy People 2010 in the future? And what is progress?
6. How can we work more effectively with the media in implementing the Healthy People 2010 objectives?
7. How could we improve this session? 

Summary: In addressing the breakout questions, the family planning session focused on a few key issues--data collection, partnerships and technical assistance. The discussion was broad, and many of the suggestions reach beyond the implementation of just the Family Planning focus area. 

Data Collection


Technical Assistance

Participant List

Evelyn Kappeler
Office of Population Affairs, Office of Public Health and Science, DHHS

William Smith
The Sexuality and Information Education Information Council of the United States (SIECUS)

Uma Setty
National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association (NFPRHA)

Edward Bartlett
Men's Health America

Mary Barger
American College of Nurse-Midwives

Suzanne C. Theroux
DHHS Region I

S. Jean Emans
Society of Adolescent Medicine

Robin Lane

Sandra Estepa
DHHS Office of Women's Health, Region II

Janet Wildeboor
DHHS Office of Family Planning, Region X

Dorothy Gunter
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Steve Potsic
DHHS, Region V

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