The number of studies and publications do not always correspond (e.g., a publication may include several studies or one study may be explained in several publications).
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Aldana SG, Jacobson BH, Harris CJ, Kelley PL. Mobile work site health promotion programs can reduce selected employee health risks. Journal of Occupational Medicine 1993;35:922-8.
Aldana SG, Jacobson BH, Kelley PL, Quirk M. The effectiveness of a mobile worksite health promotion program in lowering employee health risk. American Journal of Health Promotion1994;8:254-6.
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Baier CA, Grodzin CJ, Port JD, Leksas L, Tancredi DJ. Coronary risk factor behavior change in hospital personnel following a screening program. American Journal of Preventive Medicine1992;8:115-22.
Bertera RL. Behavioral risk factor and illness day changes with workplace health promotion: two-year results. American Journal of Health Promotion 1993;7:365-73.
Blair SN, Piserchia PV, Wilbur CS, Crowder JH. A public health intervention model for work-site health promotion. Impact on exercise and physical fitness in a health promotion plan after 24 months. JAMA 1986;255:921-6.
Bly JL, Jones RC, Richardson JE, Bly JL, Jones RC, Richardson JE. Impact of worksite health promotion on health care costs and utilization. Evaluation of Johnson & Johnson's Live for Life program. JAMA 1986;256:3235-40.
Breslow L, Fielding J, Herrman AA, Wilbur CS. Worksite health promotion: its evolution and the Johnson & Johnson experience. Preventive Medicine 1990;19:13-21.
Brill PA, Kohl HW, Rogers T, Collingwood TR, Sterling CL, Blair SN. Relationship between sociodemographic characteristics and recruitment, retention, and health improvements in a worksite health promotion program. American Journal of Health Promotion 1991;5:215-21.
Donnelly IW. Using health promotion to improve workers' health. Managing Employee Health Benefits 1996:74-7.
Dunton S, Perkins DD, Zopf KJ. The impact of worksite-based health risk appraisal programs on observed safety belt use. Health Education Research 1990;5:207-16.
Edington M, Karjalainen T, Hirschland D, Edington D. The UAW-GM Health Promotion Program: Successful Outcomes. American Association of Occupational Health Nurses Journal2002;50:26-31.
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Erfurt JC, Foote A, Heirich MA. Worksite wellness programs: incremental comparison of screening and referral alone, health education, follow-up counseling, and plant organization.American Journal of Health Promotion 1991;5:438-48.
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Fielding JE, Knight K, Mason T, Klesges RC, Pelletier KR. Evaluation of the IMPACT blood pressure program. Journal of Occupational Medicine 1994;36:743-6.
Fitzgerald ST, Gibbens S, Agnew J. Evaluation of referral completion after a workplace cholesterol screening program. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 1991;7:335-40.
Frommer MS, Mandryk JA, Edye BV, Healey S, Berry G, Ferguson DA. A randomised controlled trial of counseling in a workplace setting for coronary heart disease risk factor modification: effects on blood pressure. Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health 1990;4:25-33.
Goetzel RZ, Dunn RL, Ozminkowski RJ, Satin K, Whitehead DA, Cahill K. Differences between descriptive and multivariate estimates of the impact of Chevron Corporation's Health Quest program on medical expenditures. Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine1998:40(6):538-45.
Goetzel RZ, Kahr TY, Aldana SG, Kenny GM. An evaluation of Duke University's live for life health promotion program and its impact on employee health. American Journal of Health Promotion 1996;10.
Goetzel RZ, Ozminkowski RJ, Bruno JA, RutterKR, Isaac F, Wang S. The long-term impact of Johnson & Johnson's Health & Wellness Program on employee health risks. Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine 2002;44:417-24.
Goetzel RZ, Sepulveda M, Knight K, Eisen M, Wade S, et al. Association of IBM's "A Plan for Life" health promotion program with changes in employees' health risk status. Journal of Occupational Medicine 1994;36:1005-9.
Gomel M, Oldenburg B, Simpson JM. Work-site cardiovascular risk reduction: a randomized trial of health risk assessment, education, counseling, and incentives. American Journal of Public Health 1993;83:1231-8.
Gomel MK, Oldenburg B, Simpson JM, Chilvers M, Owen N. Composite cardiovascular risk outcomes of a work-site intervention trial. American Journal of Public Health 1997;87:673-6.
Gregg W, Foote A, Erfurt JC, Heirich MA. Worksite follow-up and engagement strategies for initiating health risk behavior changes. Health Education Quarterly 1990;17:455-78.
Guico-Pabia CJ, Cioffi L, Shoner LG. The Lucent-Takes-Heart cardiovascular health management program. Successful workplace screening. AAOHN Journal 2002;50: 365-72.
Hartman TJ, Himes JH, McCarthy PR, Kushi LH. Effects of a low-fat, worksite intervention on blood lipids and lipoproteins. Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine 1995;37:690-6.
Hartman TJ, McCarthy PR, Himes JH. Use of eating-pattern messages to evaluate changes in eating behaviors in a worksite cholesterol education program. Journal of the American Dietary Association 1993;93:1119-23.
Heirich MA, Foote A, Erfurt JC, Konopka B. Work-site physical fitness programs. Comparing the impact of different program designs on cardiovascular risks. Journal of Occupational Medicine 1993;35:510-7.
Holt MC, McCauley M, Paul D. Health impacts of AT&T's Total Life Concept (TLC) program after five years. American Journal of Health Promotion 1995;9:421-5.
Knight KK, Goetzel RZ, Fielding JE, Eisen M, Jackson GW, et al. An evaluation of Duke University's LIVE FOR LIFE health promotion program on changes in worker absenteeism.Journal of Occupational Medicine 1994;36:533-6.
Kronenfeld JJ, Jackson K, Blair SN, Davis K, Gimarc JD, et al. Evaluating health promotion: a longitudinal quasi-experimental design. Health Education Quarterly 1987;14:123-39.
Maes S, Verhoeven C, Kittel F, Scholten H. Effects of a Dutch work-site wellness-health program: the Brabantia Project. American Journal of Public Health 1998;88: 1037-41.
McCarthy PR, Lansing D, Hartman TJ, Himes JH. What works best for worksite cholesterol education? Answers from targeted focus groups. Journal of the American Dietary Association1992;92:978-81.
Merrill BE, Sleet DA. Safety belt use and related health variables in a worksite health promotion program. Health Education Quarterly 1984;11:171-9.
Musich S, McDonald T, Hirschland D, Edington D. Examination of risk status transitions among active employees in a comprehensive worksite health promotion program. Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine 2003;45:393-9.
Nilsson PM, Klasson EB, Nyberg P. Life-style intervention at the worksite - reduction of cardiovascular risk factors in a randomized study. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health 2001;27:57-62.
Oldenburg B, Owen N, Parle M, Gomel M. An economic evaluation of four work site based cardiovascular risk factor interventions. Health Education Quarterly 1995;22: 9-19.
Ostwald SK. Changing employees' dietary and exercise practices: an experimental study in a small company. American Journal of Health Promotion 1989;4:141-2.
Ozminkowski RJ. Long-term impact of Johnson & Johnson's Health & Wellness Program on health care utilization and expenditures. Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine2002;44:21-9.
Ozminkowski RJ, Goetzel RZ, Smith MW, Cantor RI, Shaughnessy A, Harrison M. The Impact of the Citibank, NA, Health Management Program on Changes in Employee Health Risks Over Time. Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine 2000;42: 502-11.
Ozminkowski RJ, Dunn RL, Goetzel RZ, Cantor RI, Murnane J, Harrison M. Return on investment evaluation of the Citibank, NA, Health Management Program. American Journal of Health Promotion 1999;14:31-43.
Pelletier B, Boles M, Lynch W. Change in health risks and work productivity over time. Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine 2004;46.
Pilon BA, Renfroe D. Evaluation of an employee health risk appraisal program. AAOHN Journal1990;38:230-5.
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Poole K, Kumpfer K, Pett M. The impact of an incentive-based worksite health promotion program on modifiable health risk factors. American Journal of Health Promotion 2001;16:21-6, ii.
Purath J, Miller AM, McCabe G, Wilbur J. A brief intervention to increase physical activity in sedentary working women. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research 2004;36:76-91.
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Schultz AB, Lu C, Barnett TE, Yen LT, McDonald T, et al. Influence of participation in a worksite health-promotion program on disability days. Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine 2002;44:776-80.
Sepulveda M, Goetz A, Grana J. Measuring second-order selection bias in a work site health program. Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine 1994;36:326-33.
Serxner S, Gold D, Anderson D, Williams D. The impact of a worksite health promotion program on short-term disability usage. Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine2001;43:25-9.
Serxner SA, Gold DB, Bultman KK. The impact of behavioral health risks on worker absenteeism. Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine 2001;43:347-54.
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Shi L. Health promotion, medical care use, and costs in a sample of worksite employees.Evaluation Review 1993;17:475-87.
Shimizu T, Nagashima S, Mizoue T, Higashi T, Nagata S. A psychosocial-approached health promotion program at a Japanese worksite. Journal of the University of Occupational & Environmental Health 2003;25:23-34.
Shipley RH, Orleans T, Wilbur CS, Piserchia PV, McFadden DW. Effect of the Johnson & Johnson Live for Life Program on Employee Smoking. Preventive Medicine 1988; 12:25-34.
Sloan RP, Gruman J. Participation in workplace health promotion programs: the contribution of health and organizational factors. Health Education Quarterly 1988;15:269-88.
Sorensen G, Stoddard A, Hunt MK, Hebert JR, Ockene JK, et al. The effects of a health promotion-health protection intervention on behavior change: the WellWorks Study.American Journal of Public Health 1998;88:1685-90.
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Spilman MA, Goetz A, Schultz J, Bellingham R, Johnson D. Effects of a corporate health promotion program. Journal of Occupational Medicine 1986;28:285-9.
Stevens MM, Paine-Andrews A, Francisco VT. Improving employee health and wellness: a pilot study of the employee-driven Perfect Health Program. American Journal of Health Promotion 1996;11:12-14.
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