Ethical considerations of worksite health promotion: an exploration of stakeholders’ views

@inproceedings{Berkel2014EthicalCO,
  title={Ethical considerations of worksite health promotion: an exploration of stakeholders’ views},
  author={J. Th. H. van Berkel and Agnes Meershoek and Rien M J P A Janssens and C{\'e}cile R. L. Boot and Karin I. Proper and Allard Johan Van der Beek},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Developing, implementing and evaluating worksite health promotion requires dealing with all stakeholders involved, such as employers, employees, occupational physicians, insurance companies, providers, labour unions and research and knowledge institutes. Although worksite health promotion is becoming more common, empirical research on ethical considerations of worksite health promotion is scarce. METHODS We explored the views of stakeholders involved in worksite health promotion in… CONTINUE READING
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