Description: This text is an analysis of the effectiveness of worksite health
promotion programmes. It aims to provide professionals, students and researchers
with ways to measure the effectiveness of a worksite health promotion programme,
and presents the current state of research in the industry.
Noneconomic benefits of health promotion, Steven Blair; the impact of health promotion on health care utilization, Wendy D. Lynch; health care cost, R. WIlliam Whitmer; health behaviours and risks appraisal, D.W. Edington; worksite health promotion and injury, David Chenoweth; the impact of worksite health promotion programmes on absenteeism, William B. Baun; worksite health promotion and productivity, Roy J. Shephard; health benefits design, Thomas J. Golazewski; computer simulation - a promising technique for the evaluation of health promotion programmes at the worksite, James R. Terborg.