What Makes for a Healthy Workplace?
How do the best workplace health promotion programs create a healthy workforce – and ultimately help businesses be more competitive?
What are “best practices” for workplace health promotion programs?
What are the most successful companies doing?
What are the stories behind successful workplace health promotion programs at small and large businesses throughout the United States?
We set out to answer those questions and more with Promoting Healthy Workplaces, a two year research project conducted by the Institute for Health and Productivity Studies (IHPS) at Johns Hopkins University, with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Learn about our findings from this story telling project — these are “stories with substance.”
• Participants will identify three main issues related to the controversy of whether workplace health promotion programs “work”
• Participants will cite three recent studies that have been publicized as evidence workplace programs do not work
• Participants will cite three studies or articles that counter the negative publicity related to workplace programs
• Participants will list ten elements necessary for promoting and sustaining healthy workplaces
- NCHEC ID 23894
- Evals 1
- Duration 1 hour
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 5
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes
You must complete the evaluation in order to receive full credit.