A qualitative evaluation of a workplace health and wellbeing program
ISPAH ePoster Library. Costigan S. Oct 16, 2018; 225421
Sarah Costigan
Sarah Costigan
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Abstract YourLife is a workplace health and wellbeing program. This existing program was developed to provide employees with opportunities to improve their health during work hours. YourLife is made up of 3 key categories (Health, Wealth and Wellbeing) each designed to provide a variety of initiatives to impact employees positively. This study explores Health and Wellbeing categories. This study aims to gather in-depth information to evaluate the experiences of staff offered a workplace health and wellbeing program. Program feasibility will be assessed based on: number of staff offered the program and agreed to be involved, retention rate and adherence. Program acceptability will be evaluated in two phases: employees will be invited to complete a short online questionnaire (phase one) and can also opt to participate in a one-on-one phone interview with a researcher (phase two) to discuss their experiences and perceptions of the program. For quantitative data (online questionnaires) data analyses will performed using SPSS. For qualitative data (interviews) Nvivo software will be used to facilitate thematic analyses exploring perceived feasibility and acceptability of the program. Preliminary results will be presented. There is the potential to gain significant insights into this health promotion program delivered in a real-world setting. Findings from this study will have the potential to provide useful evidence to inform future development of workplace health and wellbeing programs. External funding details n/a
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