Auditing Health Promotion

Lindsay, G. M.
January 2000
Occupational Medicine;2000, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p137
Academic Journal
This review of worksite health promotion (or wellness) programmes in the United States begins with a brief description of the essential elements of effective worksite health promotion programmes citing leading authorities. The evidence supporting the value of worksite health promotion is summarized. The importance of relying on major theories related to health education and health promotion is advocated. Current health promotion trends emerging in the United States are also discussed.


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