The ACTIVATE Study: Results From a Group-Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing a Traditional Worksite Health Promotion Program With an Activated Consumer Program

StayWell Research

This research shows that an effective intervention can change employee health risk status and activation both at the population level and at the individual high risk level.

This study, “The ACTIVATE Study: Results From a Group-Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing a Traditional Worksite Health Promotion Program With an Activated Consumer Program,” was published in the November/December 2011 American Journal of Health Promotion and is available on the
AJHP website.

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