A New Evaluation Tool to Obtain Practice-Based Evidence of Worksite Health Promotion Programs

@article{Dunet2008ANE,
  title={A New Evaluation Tool to Obtain Practice-Based Evidence of Worksite Health Promotion Programs},
  author={Diane O. Dunet and Phillip B. Sparling and James Hersey and Pamela A Williams-Piehota and Mary D Hill and Michele Reyes and Carl E. Hanssen and Frances Lawrenz},
  journal={Preventing Chronic Disease},
  year={2008},
  volume={5},
  pages={26 - 34}
}
INTRODUCTION The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention developed the Swift Worksite Assessment and Translation (SWAT) evaluation method to identify promising practices in worksite health promotion programs. The new method complements research studies and evaluation studies of evidence-based practices that promote healthy weight in working adults. METHODS We used nationally recognized program evaluation standards of utility, feasibility, accuracy, and propriety as the foundation for our 5… CONTINUE READING
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