Table of contents for Worksite health promotion / David H. Chenoweth.

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Contents
Preface
Acknowledgments
Part I Initiating Worksite Health Promotion
Chapter 1 The Case for Worksite Health Promotion
A Brief History of Worksite Health Promotion
Why Businesses Offer Worksite Health Promotion
Factors Behind Rising Health Care Costs
Cost Sharing
Health Costs and Health Promotion
Chapter 2 Determining Employees? Needs and Interests
Identifying Employees? Needs
Assessing Employees? Interests
Part II Planning Worksite Health Promotion Programs
Chapter 3 Preparing Purposes and Goals
Establishing Vision and Mission Statements
Setting Appropriate Goals
Building Evaluation Into Your Program
Chapter 4 Selecting Healthy Lifestyle Programs
Physical Fitness
Nutrition and Weight Control
Back Health
Prenatal Health
Smoking Control
AIDS Education and HIV Disease Prevention
Medical Self-Care and Health Care Consumerism
Financial Wellness
Programming Philosophy
Chapter 5 Undertaking Financial Preparations
Allocating Resources 
Funding Programs
Preparing a Budget
Preparing Your Proposal
Positioning WHP in an Integrated Framework 
Part III Accomplishing and Evaluating Worksite Health Promotion
Chapter 6 Reducing Major Health Risks
Strategies for Inspiring Change
Occupational Injury
Employee Assistance Programs
Stress Management
Chapter 7 Promoting and Launching Worksite Programs
Developing a Marketing Strategy
Using E-Health Technology
Preparing Employees to Take Action
Developing a Health Fair
Conducting Employee Health Screening
Giving the Program a Trial Run
Chapter 8 Evaluating Health Promotion Efforts
Evaluation Plan
Evaluating to Produce Information
Evaluation Categories
Evaluation Design
Scope and Specificity
Economic-Based Evaluations
Part IV Managing Essential Worksite Health Promotion Considerations
Chapter 9 Overcoming Challenges of Company Size
Small Business
Multisite Settings
Chapter 10 Beginning a Successful Career
Academic Preparation
Job Seeking
Appendix A Personal Health Questionnaire
Appendix B Environmental Checksheet
Bibliography
Index
About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Health promotion.
Industrial hygiene.