CASE STUDY USING BEST PRACTICE DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR WORKSITE WELLNESS PROGRAMS

@article{Hoffman2015CASESU,
  title={CASE STUDY USING BEST PRACTICE DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR WORKSITE WELLNESS PROGRAMS},
  author={Lisa Hoffman and Carol Kennedy-Armbruster},
  journal={ACSM's Health \& Fitness Journal},
  year={2015},
  volume={19},
  pages={30–35}
}
LEARNING OBJECTIVES1. Apply the IAWHP Best Practice Design Principles for Worksite Health and Wellness Programs to a case study.2. Use the nine best practice dimensions outlined in a previous issue of ACSM’s Health & Fitness Journal®.3. Provide lessons learned using evidence-based models of how to best approach integrating physical activity into worksite wellness. 
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