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Selected Books

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ACSM's Worksite Health Handbook
Call Number: MEMORIAL LEVEL 5 RC969.H43 A825 2009

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Next-Generation Wellness at Work
Call Number: MEMORIAL LEVEL 5 RC969.H43 O94 2009

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Worksite Health Promotion
Call Number: MEMORIAL LEVEL 5 RC969.H43 C484 2011



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The journal literature includes many studies on evidence-based interventions for health promotion in the workplace.  Try keywords such as workplace, worksite, evidence-based, best practices, health promotion, etc. in health sciences databases, or contact Martha Jermé for help with a literature search.

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Article/Resource of the Month

Soler RE, Leeks KD, Ramsey Buchanan L. (2010).   Point-of-decision prompts to increase stair use: a systematic review update. Adobe PDF File [PDF - 1.59 MB] American Journal of Preventive Medicine,38(2S), 292-300.

Previous resources:

Gudzune, K., Hutfless, S., Maruthur, N., Wilson, R., & Segal, J. (2013). Strategies to prevent weight gain in workplace and college settings: A systematic review. Preventive Medicine,, K., Moher, M., & Lancaster, T. (2009).

Workplace interventions for smoking cessation. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 4

Evans, R. E., Fawole, H. O., Sheriff, S. A., Dall, P. M., Grant, P. M., & Ryan, C. G. (2012). Point-of-choice prompts to reduce sitting time at work: A randomized trial. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 43(3), 293-297.

Dallam, G. M., & Foust, C. (2012). A comparative approach to using the diabetes prevention program to reduce diabetes risk in a worksite setting. Health Promotion Practice,

From the AHRQ Health Innovations Exchange:
Worksite Program Focused on Goal Setting, Additional Support Significantly Increases Level of Physical Activity Among Employees

Lowe, M. R., Tappe, K. A., Butryn, M. L., Annunziato, R. A., Coletta, M. C., Ochner, C. N., & Rolls, B. J. (2010). An intervention study targeting energy and nutrient intake in worksite cafeterias. Eating Behaviors, 11(3), 144-151.
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