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Practicing the Public Good Exploring Ethical Issues in Public Health Practice
Everyday ethics refers to the issues and decision-making practitioners are routinely faced with in their daily work. A quantitative, descriptive study examined everyday ethical issues in public health practice. The theoretical ...
A Qualitative examination of comprehensive workplace health promotion strategies in some workplaces in the districts of Simcoe and Muskoka [Ontario]
The Ontario Public Health Standards [OPHS] (Ministry of Health and Long-term Care [MHLTC], 2008) recommend a population health promotion approach and evidence-based best practice for local boards of health to address ...
Are workplace health promotion/wellness programs effective at improving presenteeism (on the job productivity) in workers? a systematic review and best evidence synthesis of the literature
Background: Presenteeism is highly prevalent and costly to employers. It is defined as being present at work but limited in some aspect of job performance by a health problem. Workplace health promotion (WHP) is a common ...
An Assessment of hospital-based mental health nurses' tobacco cessation practices in two Northeastern Ontario LHIN regions
This is the first Canadian study to examine acute care mental health nurses' adherence to clinician-level (4A protocol) and systems-level recommendations from the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario's best practice ...