Impact of Employee Assistance Services on Depression, Anxiety, and Risky Alcohol Use: A Quasi-Experimental Study.

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OBJECTIVE To test the impact of Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) on reducing employee depression, anxiety, and risky alcohol use, and whether improvements in clinical symptoms lead to improved work outcomes. METHODS The study used a prospective, quasi-experimental design with propensity score matching. Participants (n = 344) came from 20 areas of state… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/JOM.0000000000000744

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@article{Richmond2016ImpactOE, title={Impact of Employee Assistance Services on Depression, Anxiety, and Risky Alcohol Use: A Quasi-Experimental Study.}, author={Melissa K Richmond and Fred C. Pampel and Randi C Wood and Ana Paula Nunes}, journal={Journal of occupational and environmental medicine}, year={2016}, volume={58 7}, pages={641-50} }