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The intervention design and analysis scorecard: a planning tool for participatory design of integrated health and safety interventions in the workplace.
Robertson-M; Henning-R; Warren-N; Nobrega-S; Dove-Steinkamp-M; Tibirica-L; Bizarro-A; The CPH-NEW Research Team
J Occup Environ Med 2013 Dec; 55(Suppl 12S):S86-S88
Objective: As part of a Research-to-Practice Toolkit development effort by the Center for the Promotion of Health in the New England Workplace, to develop and test a structured participatory approach for engaging front-line employees in the design of integrated health protection and promotion interventions. Methods: On the basis of a participatory ergonomics framework, the InterventionDesign and Analysis Scorecard (IDEAS) provides a stepwise approach for developing intervention proposals, including root cause analysis and setting evaluation criteria such as scope, obstacles, and cost/benefit tradeoffs. The IDEAS was tested at four diverse worksites with trained facilitators. Results: Employees were able to develop and gain management support for integrated interventions at each worksite. Conclusions: The IDEAS can be used effectively by front-line employees to plan integrated interventions in a program dedicated to continuous improvement of employee health protection/ promotion and Total Worker Health.
Total-Worker-Health; Worker-health; Health-programs; Work-environment; Occupational-health; Occupational-health-programs; Health-protection; Analytical-models; Analytical-instruments; Employees; Ergonomics
Robert Henning, PhD, Center for the Promotion of Health in the New England Workplace, Psychology Department, University of Connecticut, 406 Babbidge Rd, Storrs, CT 06269
Cooperative Agreement; Grant
Cooperative-Agreement-Number-U19-OH-008857; Grant-Number-T01-OH-008610; M122013
Healthcare and Social Assistance
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
University of Massachusetts, Lowell
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