Comparing Strategies for Recruiting Small, Low-Wage Worksites for Community-Based Health Promotion Research.

@article{Hammerback2018ComparingSF,
  title={Comparing Strategies for Recruiting Small, Low-Wage Worksites for Community-Based Health Promotion Research.},
  author={Kristen Elizabeth Hammerback and Peggy A. Hannon and Amanda T. Parrish and Claire L. Allen and Marlana J. Kohn and Jeffrey R. Harris},
  journal={Health education & behavior : the official publication of the Society for Public Health Education},
  year={2018},
  pages={1090198118769360}
}
BACKGROUND HealthLinks is a workplace health promotion program developed in partnership with the American Cancer Society. It delivers a package of evidence-based interventions and implementation support to small worksites in low-wage industries. As part of a randomized, controlled trial of HealthLinks, we studied approaches to recruiting these worksites… CONTINUE READING