Examines worksite health promotion and disease prevention activities in 1, 507 private worksites in the U.S. Assesses the policies, practices, services and facilities, information, and activities sponsored by employers to improve the health of their employees, dependents, and retirees. Covers: high blood pressure, cholesterol, cancer, HIV infection, smoking control, physical activity, nutrition education, weight control, prenatal educ., medical self-care, mental health and stress mgmt., alcohol and other drugs, workplace safety and health, back care, and more.In the back of this manual is a glossary that you should review. ... Avoid dialogue with the receptionist or secretary if at all possible. It is the ... Possible questions/ objections you may encounter are listed with recommended responses in the appendix of this training manual. ... For example, if the RAC telephone center were in the sample, you might 3 % Q be asking in Princeton about the telephone center inanbsp;...
|Title||:||National Survey Of Worksite Health Promotion Activities|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1995-02-01|