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A new model for employer-provided health education programs


, : A new model for employer-provided health education programs. Journal of Occupational Medicine. 25(6): 471-474

The most frequently recommended model for employer-provided health education programs includes (1) assessment of needs; (2) survey of interest; (3) development and implementation of a program based on the results of the needs assessment and the interest survey; and (4) evaluation of the results. This model requires a greater investment of time and resources than most organizations are willing to commit. As a result, many employers defer implementation until cost-effectiveness has been proved. For this reason, evaluation of the current model for health education programs and consideration of new approaches that appear to be more cost-effective are necessary.

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