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Stanford Presenteeism Scale: Health Status and Employee Productivity
- C. Koopman, K. R. Pelletier, Talor Bendel
- Business, MedicineJournal of occupational and environmental…
- 1 January 2002
The creation and testing of a presenteeism scale evaluating the impact of health problems on individual performance and productivity and the SPS-6 has excellent psychometric characteristics, supporting the feasibility of its use in measuring health and productivity.
Mindfulness Goes to Work: Impact of an Online Workplace Intervention
- Kimberly A Aikens, J. Astin, C. Bodnar
- PsychologyJournal of occupational and environmental…
- 1 July 2014
This online mindfulness intervention seems to be both practical and effective in decreasing employee stress, while improving resiliency, vigor, and work engagement, thereby enhancing overall employee well-being.
Complementary and alternative medicine use among elderly persons: one-year analysis of a Blue Shield Medicare supplement.
- J. Astin, K. R. Pelletier, A. Marie, W. Haskell
- MedicineThe journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological…
Findings suggest that there is significant interest in and use of complementary/alternative medicine among elderly persons and the importance of further research into the use and potential efficacy of these therapies within the senior population.
Do Workplace Health Promotion (Wellness) Programs Work?
- R. Goetzel, R. Henke, R. Metz
- Medicine, Political ScienceJournal of occupational and environmental…
- 1 September 2014
A compilation of the evidence on workplace programs' effectiveness coupled with recommendations for critical review of outcome studies shows that well-designed and well-executed programs that are founded on evidence-based principles can achieve positive health and financial outcomes.
A review of the incorporation of complementary and alternative medicine by mainstream physicians.
- J. Astin, A. Marie, K. R. Pelletier, E. Hansen, W. Haskell
- MedicineArchives of internal medicine
- 23 November 1998
It is suggested that large numbers of physicians are either referring to or practicing some of the more prominent and well-known forms of CAM and that many physicians believe that these therapies are useful or efficacious.
Integrating complementary medicine into cardiovascular medicine. A report of the American College of Cardiology Foundation Task Force on Clinical Expert Consensus Documents (Writing Committee to…
A Review and Analysis of the Clinical- and Cost-Effectiveness Studies of Comprehensive Health Promotion and Disease Management Programs at the Worksite: 1998–2000 Update
- K. R. Pelletier
- MedicineAmerican journal of health promotion : AJHP
- 1 July 1999
Results from randomized clinical trials and quasi-experimental designs suggest that providing individualized risk reduction for high risk employees within the context of comprehensive programming is the critical element of worksite interventions.
Healthy People in Unhealthy Places: Stress and Fitness at Work
- K. R. Pelletier
Using a Return-On-Investment Estimation Model to Evaluate Outcomes From an Obesity Management Worksite Health Promotion Program
- Kristin M. Baker, R. Goetzel, Elizabeth Thompson
- MedicineJournal of occupational and environmental…
- 1 September 2008
Using an ROI model to project program savings is a practical way to provide financial justification for investment in worksite health promotion when risk reduction data are available.