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  Authors' Series - September 2016
Title Authors' Series - September 2016
Genre Authors' Series Webinars
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Hosted by:

Michael P. O’Donnell, PhD, MBA, MPH

Editor in Chief, American Journal of Health Promotion

 

Panelists:

Employer Outcomes-Based Incentive Program Promotes a Healthy Lifestyle

(American Journal of Health Promotion, July/August 2016, Vol. 30, Issue 6, 453-457)

Patricia Lin Fu, MPH

Senior Analyst, Employer Data & Analytics, Nuna, Inc.

 

Randomized Clinical Trial of the Women’s Lifestyle Physical Activity Program for African American Women: 24- and 48-Week Outcomes

(American Journal of Health Promotion, May/June 2016, Vol. 30 Issue 5, 335-345)

JoEllen  Wilbur, PhD, RN, FAAN

Professor and Endowed Independence Foundation Chair in Nursing
Associate Dean for Nursing Research, Rush University, College of Nursing

 

The Influence of Health Literacy on Reach, Retention, and Success in a Worksite Weight Loss Program

(American Journal of Health Promotion, March/April 2016, Vol. 30 Issue 4, 279-282 )

Jamie Zoellner, RD PhD
 
Associate Professor and Registered Dietitian, Department of Human Nutrition, Foods and Exercise (HNFE), Virginia Tech  
 

Tags :     incentive  physical activity  health literacy  worksite weight loss 

Authors' Series - September 2016
  Introducing WikiWIT - The Wellness Incentive Toolkit
Title Introducing WikiWIT - The Wellness Incentive Toolkit
Genre Editors
Sub-Title

Hosted By

Paul Terry, PhD

Editor, The Art of Health Promotion
CEO and President, Health Enhancement Research Organization (HERO)

 

Learn about the Wiki Wellness Incentive Tool (WikiWIT), developed to help employers answer the three most common questions about wellness incentives:

1. How big should the wellness incentive be?

2. What should the health risk cut points be?

3. How should we pay for our incentives?

 

We developed WikiWIT as a free, open access tool when we realized employers are developing incentive policies without much knowledge of the underlying science. We included "Wiki" in the name because enhancing WikiWIT will be a collaborative  process involving employers, scientists, vendors and other interested parties. The toolkit includes an online forum for users to offer suggestions and share experience.

 

This webinar was presented by Michael P. O'Donnell, PhD, MBA, MPH. Dr. O'Donnell is the Editor in Chief of the American Journal of Health Promotion and the lead developer of WikiWIT.  Also featuring Jim Pshock, CEO and Founder of Bravo.

 

Learn More about WikiWIT:

 


Tags :     Wellness Incentives  WikiWIT 

Introducing WikiWIT - The Wellness Incentive Toolkit