Changeset 12542 in main


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Timestamp:
12/14/16 10:13:30 (6 years ago)
Author:
Lois Haggard
Message:

nm ibisph-view-content - updates to draft SOH

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adopters/nm/branches/2.3/src/main/webapps/ibisph-view-content/xml/report/soh/html_content
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  • adopters/nm/branches/2.3/src/main/webapps/ibisph-view-content/xml/report/soh/html_content/Acknowledgments.xml

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    33<HTML_CONTENT xmlns:ibis="http://www.ibisph.org">
    44
    5         <ibis:doc>
    6                 <name>report/soh/Acknowledgments.xml</name>
    7                 <summary>SOH Page</summary>
    8                 <description>
    9                 </description>
    10 
    11                 <author>Lois Haggard</author>
    12                 <company>New Mexico Department of Health</company>
    13                 <versions>
    14                         <version><date>Aug 26, 2014</date><who>Lois</who><description>initial release, adapted from SAEpi report</description></version>
    15                 </versions>
    16         </ibis:doc>
    17 
    185
    196        <NAME>Acknowledgments</NAME>
    20         <TITLE>The State of Health in New Mexico 2015 - Acknowledgments</TITLE>
     7        <TITLE>The State of Health in New Mexico 2017 - Acknowledgments</TITLE>
    218
    229        <CONTENT>
    2310               
    24                 The State of Health in New Mexico 2015 report features indicator reports that were
     11                The State of Health in New Mexico 2017 report features indicator reports that were
    2512                prepared by subject-matter experts throughout the New Mexico Department of Health (DOH).
    2613                The DOH authors (or authoring program) are listed in the footer of each indicator page.
     
    3118                <h2 class="ColoredBlock">New Mexico Department of Health</h2>
    3219                       
    33                         Retta Ward, Secretary<br/><br/>
     20                        Lynn Gallagher, Secretary<br/><br/>
    3421                       
    3522                <h3>Epidemiology and Response Division</h3>
  • adopters/nm/branches/2.3/src/main/webapps/ibisph-view-content/xml/report/soh/html_content/Synth1PopChar.xml

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    44
    5         <ibis:doc>
    6                 <name>report/soh/Synth1PopChar.html</name>
    7                 <summary>SOH Page</summary>
    8                 <description>
    9                 </description>
    10 
    11                 <author>Lois Haggard</author>
    12                 <company>New Mexico Department of Health</company>
    13                 <versions>
    14                         <version><date>Aug 26, 2014</date><who>Lois</who><description>initial release, adapted from SAEpi report</description></version>
    15                 </versions>
    16         </ibis:doc>
    175        <NAME>Synth1PopChar</NAME>
    186        <TITLE>The State of Health in New Mexico 2015 - Summary: New Mexico's People</TITLE>
     
    2210                Population and Demographic Issues</h2>
    2311       
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    25                 viverra. Nunc rhoncus varius dolor at efficitur. Donec pellentesque urna aliquam,
    26                 pellentesque lectus ac, facilisis purus. Integer sed sodales lorem, non tempus
    27                 nibh. Vivamus finibus non purus ut sagittis. Vivamus ut congue ante. Quisque eu
    28                 facilisis purus, vitae commodo lacus. Phasellus pretium orci eu varius dignissim.
    29                 Aliquam ultricies felis a nibh bibendum, accumsan rutrum elit tempor. Etiam ut
    30                 enim sed lorem vulputate tempor nec at purus. Aliquam ac justo mattis, tincidunt
    31                 velit sed, scelerisque lacus. Aenean varius velit vel tristique vestibulum. Cum
    32                 sociis natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus.
    33                 Curabitur pellentesque, diam quis egestas porta, purus elit feugiat diam, in
    34                 lobortis enim sem a urna. Cras et rutrum orci. Proin a rhoncus diam.
     12                A description will appear here that includes:
     13                <ul>
     14                        <li>The existence and extent of health inequities between and among specific populations
     15                        or areas of the state: populations with an inequitable share of poorer health outcomes.</li>
    3516
     17                        <li>A discussion of the contributing causes of the health challenges, for example behavioral
     18                        risk factors, environmental factors (including the built environment), socioeconomic
     19                        factors, policies (e.g., taxation, education, transportation, insurance status, etc.),
     20                        injury, maternal and child health issues, infectious and chronic disease, or the unique
     21                        characteristics of the state that impact of health status. Multiple determinants of health,
     22                        particularly social determinants, must be included. Health disparities and high health-risk
     23                        populations must be addressed. Factors that contribute to higher health risks and poorer
     24                        health outcomes in specific populations must be considered.</li>
     25                       
     26                        <li>A listing or description of state assets and resources that can be mobilized and employed
     27                        to address health issues. These must include other sectors. For example, a state parks
     28                        system can encourage physical activity. Similarly, a department of agriculture can promote
     29                        healthful eating, and a state educational policy can encourage the provision of health education.</li>
     30                </ul>
    3631
    3732        </CONTENT>
  • adopters/nm/branches/2.3/src/main/webapps/ibisph-view-content/xml/report/soh/html_content/Synth2RiskFactors.xml

    r7031 r12542  
    2222                New Mexico Risk and Resiliency Factors</h2>
    2323       
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    25                 viverra. Nunc rhoncus varius dolor at efficitur. Donec pellentesque urna aliquam,
    26                 pellentesque lectus ac, facilisis purus. Integer sed sodales lorem, non tempus
    27                 nibh. Vivamus finibus non purus ut sagittis. Vivamus ut congue ante. Quisque eu
    28                 facilisis purus, vitae commodo lacus. Phasellus pretium orci eu varius dignissim.
    29                 Aliquam ultricies felis a nibh bibendum, accumsan rutrum elit tempor. Etiam ut
    30                 enim sed lorem vulputate tempor nec at purus. Aliquam ac justo mattis, tincidunt
    31                 velit sed, scelerisque lacus. Aenean varius velit vel tristique vestibulum. Cum
    32                 sociis natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus.
    33                 Curabitur pellentesque, diam quis egestas porta, purus elit feugiat diam, in
    34                 lobortis enim sem a urna. Cras et rutrum orci. Proin a rhoncus diam.
     24                A description will appear here that includes:
     25                <ul>
     26                        <li>The existence and extent of health inequities between and among specific populations
     27                        or areas of the state: populations with an inequitable share of poorer health outcomes.</li>
     28
     29                        <li>A discussion of the contributing causes of the health challenges, for example behavioral
     30                        risk factors, environmental factors (including the built environment), socioeconomic
     31                        factors, policies (e.g., taxation, education, transportation, insurance status, etc.),
     32                        injury, maternal and child health issues, infectious and chronic disease, or the unique
     33                        characteristics of the state that impact of health status. Multiple determinants of health,
     34                        particularly social determinants, must be included. Health disparities and high health-risk
     35                        populations must be addressed. Factors that contribute to higher health risks and poorer
     36                        health outcomes in specific populations must be considered.</li>
     37                       
     38                        <li>A listing or description of state assets and resources that can be mobilized and employed
     39                        to address health issues. These must include other sectors. For example, a state parks
     40                        system can encourage physical activity. Similarly, a department of agriculture can promote
     41                        healthful eating, and a state educational policy can encourage the provision of health education.</li>
     42                </ul>
     43
    3544
    3645        </CONTENT>
  • adopters/nm/branches/2.3/src/main/webapps/ibisph-view-content/xml/report/soh/html_content/Synth3HealthCare.xml

    r7031 r12542  
    2222                New Mexico Health Care Services and Systems</h2>
    2323       
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    25                 viverra. Nunc rhoncus varius dolor at efficitur. Donec pellentesque urna aliquam,
    26                 pellentesque lectus ac, facilisis purus. Integer sed sodales lorem, non tempus
    27                 nibh. Vivamus finibus non purus ut sagittis. Vivamus ut congue ante. Quisque eu
    28                 facilisis purus, vitae commodo lacus. Phasellus pretium orci eu varius dignissim.
    29                 Aliquam ultricies felis a nibh bibendum, accumsan rutrum elit tempor. Etiam ut
    30                 enim sed lorem vulputate tempor nec at purus. Aliquam ac justo mattis, tincidunt
    31                 velit sed, scelerisque lacus. Aenean varius velit vel tristique vestibulum. Cum
    32                 sociis natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus.
    33                 Curabitur pellentesque, diam quis egestas porta, purus elit feugiat diam, in
    34                 lobortis enim sem a urna. Cras et rutrum orci. Proin a rhoncus diam.
     24                A description will appear here that includes:
     25                <ul>
     26                        <li>The existence and extent of health inequities between and among specific populations
     27                        or areas of the state: populations with an inequitable share of poorer health outcomes.</li>
     28
     29                        <li>A discussion of the contributing causes of the health challenges, for example behavioral
     30                        risk factors, environmental factors (including the built environment), socioeconomic
     31                        factors, policies (e.g., taxation, education, transportation, insurance status, etc.),
     32                        injury, maternal and child health issues, infectious and chronic disease, or the unique
     33                        characteristics of the state that impact of health status. Multiple determinants of health,
     34                        particularly social determinants, must be included. Health disparities and high health-risk
     35                        populations must be addressed. Factors that contribute to higher health risks and poorer
     36                        health outcomes in specific populations must be considered.</li>
     37                       
     38                        <li>A listing or description of state assets and resources that can be mobilized and employed
     39                        to address health issues. These must include other sectors. For example, a state parks
     40                        system can encourage physical activity. Similarly, a department of agriculture can promote
     41                        healthful eating, and a state educational policy can encourage the provision of health education.</li>
     42                </ul>
    3543
    3644        </CONTENT>
  • adopters/nm/branches/2.3/src/main/webapps/ibisph-view-content/xml/report/soh/html_content/Synth4Outcomes.xml

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    2323
    2424                <h3 class="Underline">Mothers and Infants</h3>
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    26                 mus. Quisque dui tortor, volutpat sed finibus vitae, ultrices nec tortor. Sed eu
    27                 dui congue, convallis ex sed, consequat magna. Ut venenatis, lorem non venenatis
    28                 eleifend, augue metus blandit mi, id tincidunt nisi ipsum sed libero. Pellentesque
    29                 ac congue eros, sed lacinia augue. Etiam vel ante tempor, semper neque sed,
    30                 molestie diam. Curabitur tincidunt egestas dui, fringilla sodales metus porta ut.
    31                 Proin at lorem pharetra, sodales arcu sed, tincidunt enim. Aliquam at eleifend
    32                 enim, eu tincidunt lorem. Vivamus et consequat felis. Praesent quis interdum justo.
     25       
     26                A description will appear here that includes:
     27                <ul>
     28                        <li>The existence and extent of health inequities between and among specific populations
     29                        or areas of the state: populations with an inequitable share of poorer health outcomes.</li>
     30
     31                        <li>A discussion of the contributing causes of the health challenges, for example behavioral
     32                        risk factors, environmental factors (including the built environment), socioeconomic
     33                        factors, policies (e.g., taxation, education, transportation, insurance status, etc.),
     34                        injury, maternal and child health issues, infectious and chronic disease, or the unique
     35                        characteristics of the state that impact of health status. Multiple determinants of health,
     36                        particularly social determinants, must be included. Health disparities and high health-risk
     37                        populations must be addressed. Factors that contribute to higher health risks and poorer
     38                        health outcomes in specific populations must be considered.</li>
     39                       
     40                        <li>A listing or description of state assets and resources that can be mobilized and employed
     41                        to address health issues. These must include other sectors. For example, a state parks
     42                        system can encourage physical activity. Similarly, a department of agriculture can promote
     43                        healthful eating, and a state educational policy can encourage the provision of health education.</li>
     44                </ul>
     45
    3346                <h3 class="Underline">Leasing Causes of Death</h3>
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    35                 tellus pharetra. Sed tincidunt eros felis. Nulla quam quam, porta in molestie eu,
    36                 ultricies ut ex. Mauris egestas ut libero vitae tristique. Etiam at ante sit amet
    37                 nisl iaculis tempus. Suspendisse potenti. Integer id purus sapien. Suspendisse
    38                 interdum semper convallis. Vestibulum orci enim, porttitor convallis eros ut,
    39                 dapibus porta arcu. Mauris turpis sem, elementum quis elementum varius, mollis
    40                 eget dui. Suspendisse mattis dolor in ligula sagittis mollis. Proin sagittis
    41                 viverra nunc ac cursus. Aenean id lectus pretium, tristique massa quis, aliquam
    42                 risus.
     47       
     48                A description will appear here that includes:
     49                <ul>
     50                        <li>The existence and extent of health inequities between and among specific populations
     51                        or areas of the state: populations with an inequitable share of poorer health outcomes.</li>
     52
     53                        <li>A discussion of the contributing causes of the health challenges, for example behavioral
     54                        risk factors, environmental factors (including the built environment), socioeconomic
     55                        factors, policies (e.g., taxation, education, transportation, insurance status, etc.),
     56                        injury, maternal and child health issues, infectious and chronic disease, or the unique
     57                        characteristics of the state that impact of health status. Multiple determinants of health,
     58                        particularly social determinants, must be included. Health disparities and high health-risk
     59                        populations must be addressed. Factors that contribute to higher health risks and poorer
     60                        health outcomes in specific populations must be considered.</li>
     61                       
     62                        <li>A listing or description of state assets and resources that can be mobilized and employed
     63                        to address health issues. These must include other sectors. For example, a state parks
     64                        system can encourage physical activity. Similarly, a department of agriculture can promote
     65                        healthful eating, and a state educational policy can encourage the provision of health education.</li>
     66                </ul>
     67
    4368                <h3 class="Underline">Infectious Diseases</h3>
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    45                 Quisque id gravida sem, ac venenatis tellus. Suspendisse et ipsum ac massa
    46                 malesuada vehicula. Proin fermentum quam et facilisis aliquam. Praesent et dolor
    47                 pulvinar, dignissim diam ut, dictum arcu. Sed porta posuere ultrices. Nunc blandit
    48                 molestie consectetur. Suspendisse a turpis nec urna gravida elementum sit amet at
    49                 elit.
     69       
     70                A description will appear here that includes:
     71                <ul>
     72                        <li>The existence and extent of health inequities between and among specific populations
     73                        or areas of the state: populations with an inequitable share of poorer health outcomes.</li>
     74
     75                        <li>A discussion of the contributing causes of the health challenges, for example behavioral
     76                        risk factors, environmental factors (including the built environment), socioeconomic
     77                        factors, policies (e.g., taxation, education, transportation, insurance status, etc.),
     78                        injury, maternal and child health issues, infectious and chronic disease, or the unique
     79                        characteristics of the state that impact of health status. Multiple determinants of health,
     80                        particularly social determinants, must be included. Health disparities and high health-risk
     81                        populations must be addressed. Factors that contribute to higher health risks and poorer
     82                        health outcomes in specific populations must be considered.</li>
     83                       
     84                        <li>A listing or description of state assets and resources that can be mobilized and employed
     85                        to address health issues. These must include other sectors. For example, a state parks
     86                        system can encourage physical activity. Similarly, a department of agriculture can promote
     87                        healthful eating, and a state educational policy can encourage the provision of health education.</li>
     88                </ul>
     89
    5090                <h3 class="Underline">Chronic Diseases and Conditions</h3>
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    52                 viverra. Nunc rhoncus varius dolor at efficitur. Donec pellentesque urna aliquam,
    53                 pellentesque lectus ac, facilisis purus. Integer sed sodales lorem, non tempus
    54                 nibh. Vivamus finibus non purus ut sagittis. Vivamus ut congue ante. Quisque eu
    55                 facilisis purus, vitae commodo lacus. Phasellus pretium orci eu varius dignissim.
    56                 Aliquam ultricies felis a nibh bibendum, accumsan rutrum elit tempor. Etiam ut
    57                 enim sed lorem vulputate tempor nec at purus. Aliquam ac justo mattis, tincidunt
    58                 velit sed, scelerisque lacus. Aenean varius velit vel tristique vestibulum. Cum
    59                 sociis natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus.
    60                 Curabitur pellentesque, diam quis egestas porta, purus elit feugiat diam, in
    61                 lobortis enim sem a urna. Cras et rutrum orci. Proin a rhoncus diam.
     91       
     92                A description will appear here that includes:
     93                <ul>
     94                        <li>The existence and extent of health inequities between and among specific populations
     95                        or areas of the state: populations with an inequitable share of poorer health outcomes.</li>
     96
     97                        <li>A discussion of the contributing causes of the health challenges, for example behavioral
     98                        risk factors, environmental factors (including the built environment), socioeconomic
     99                        factors, policies (e.g., taxation, education, transportation, insurance status, etc.),
     100                        injury, maternal and child health issues, infectious and chronic disease, or the unique
     101                        characteristics of the state that impact of health status. Multiple determinants of health,
     102                        particularly social determinants, must be included. Health disparities and high health-risk
     103                        populations must be addressed. Factors that contribute to higher health risks and poorer
     104                        health outcomes in specific populations must be considered.</li>
     105                       
     106                        <li>A listing or description of state assets and resources that can be mobilized and employed
     107                        to address health issues. These must include other sectors. For example, a state parks
     108                        system can encourage physical activity. Similarly, a department of agriculture can promote
     109                        healthful eating, and a state educational policy can encourage the provision of health education.</li>
     110                </ul>
     111
    62112                <h3 class="Underline">Injury and Violence</h3>
    63                 Sed eu
    64                 dui congue, convallis ex sed, consequat magna. Ut venenatis, lorem non venenatis
    65                 eleifend, augue metus blandit mi, id tincidunt nisi ipsum sed libero. Pellentesque
    66                 ac congue eros, sed lacinia augue. Etiam vel ante tempor, semper neque sed,
    67                 molestie diam. Curabitur tincidunt egestas dui, fringilla sodales metus porta ut.
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     113       
     114                A description will appear here that includes:
     115                <ul>
     116                        <li>The existence and extent of health inequities between and among specific populations
     117                        or areas of the state: populations with an inequitable share of poorer health outcomes.</li>
     118
     119                        <li>A discussion of the contributing causes of the health challenges, for example behavioral
     120                        risk factors, environmental factors (including the built environment), socioeconomic
     121                        factors, policies (e.g., taxation, education, transportation, insurance status, etc.),
     122                        injury, maternal and child health issues, infectious and chronic disease, or the unique
     123                        characteristics of the state that impact of health status. Multiple determinants of health,
     124                        particularly social determinants, must be included. Health disparities and high health-risk
     125                        populations must be addressed. Factors that contribute to higher health risks and poorer
     126                        health outcomes in specific populations must be considered.</li>
     127                       
     128                        <li>A listing or description of state assets and resources that can be mobilized and employed
     129                        to address health issues. These must include other sectors. For example, a state parks
     130                        system can encourage physical activity. Similarly, a department of agriculture can promote
     131                        healthful eating, and a state educational policy can encourage the provision of health education.</li>
     132                </ul>
     133
    70134                <h3 class="Underline">Mental and Behavioral Health</h3>
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    76                 elit.
     135       
     136                A description will appear here that includes:
     137                <ul>
     138                        <li>The existence and extent of health inequities between and among specific populations
     139                        or areas of the state: populations with an inequitable share of poorer health outcomes.</li>
     140
     141                        <li>A discussion of the contributing causes of the health challenges, for example behavioral
     142                        risk factors, environmental factors (including the built environment), socioeconomic
     143                        factors, policies (e.g., taxation, education, transportation, insurance status, etc.),
     144                        injury, maternal and child health issues, infectious and chronic disease, or the unique
     145                        characteristics of the state that impact of health status. Multiple determinants of health,
     146                        particularly social determinants, must be included. Health disparities and high health-risk
     147                        populations must be addressed. Factors that contribute to higher health risks and poorer
     148                        health outcomes in specific populations must be considered.</li>
     149                       
     150                        <li>A listing or description of state assets and resources that can be mobilized and employed
     151                        to address health issues. These must include other sectors. For example, a state parks
     152                        system can encourage physical activity. Similarly, a department of agriculture can promote
     153                        healthful eating, and a state educational policy can encourage the provision of health education.</li>
     154                </ul>
     155
    77156                <h3 class="Underline">Summary Measures of Health Status</h3>
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     157       
     158                A description will appear here that includes:
     159                <ul>
     160                        <li>The existence and extent of health inequities between and among specific populations
     161                        or areas of the state: populations with an inequitable share of poorer health outcomes.</li>
     162
     163                        <li>A discussion of the contributing causes of the health challenges, for example behavioral
     164                        risk factors, environmental factors (including the built environment), socioeconomic
     165                        factors, policies (e.g., taxation, education, transportation, insurance status, etc.),
     166                        injury, maternal and child health issues, infectious and chronic disease, or the unique
     167                        characteristics of the state that impact of health status. Multiple determinants of health,
     168                        particularly social determinants, must be included. Health disparities and high health-risk
     169                        populations must be addressed. Factors that contribute to higher health risks and poorer
     170                        health outcomes in specific populations must be considered.</li>
     171                       
     172                        <li>A listing or description of state assets and resources that can be mobilized and employed
     173                        to address health issues. These must include other sectors. For example, a state parks
     174                        system can encourage physical activity. Similarly, a department of agriculture can promote
     175                        healthful eating, and a state educational policy can encourage the provision of health education.</li>
     176                </ul>
     177
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