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:: Volume 6, Issue 1 (Spring 2018) ::
Iran J Health Educ Health Promot 2018, 6(1): 80-94 Back to browse issues page
Indigenization of Healthy Workplace Model of World Health Organization: A Participatory Approach
Ensiyeh Jamshidi , Khandan Shahandeh * , Masuod Motalebi Ghaen , Fatemeh Rajabi , Ali Moradi , Mohammad hosein Taghdisi
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Background and Objective: Healthy workplace models that have been used in the country merely appraised the situation of workplaces and were less practical and participative. The aim of this study is to indigenize the world health organization health promoting workplace model.
Methods: Indigenization of the world health organization healthy workplace model to develop assessment tool for healthy work place were conducted in 3 phases. In preparation phase, checklist for assessment of different dimensions of the healthy workplace was prepared. In second phase,
a practical guideline for application of model was developed and in third phase, the adaptation plan finalized draft of checklist and practical guideline was finalized through a joint meeting of panel members and representatives of the end users.
Results: Situation of industrial workplaces in the country was considered in adaptation approach. Assessment tool for different dimensions of the healthy workplace including the physical work environment, the psychosocial work environment, the health resources and the enterprise involvement in the community and the practical guideline were finalized.
Conclusion: Developed assessment tool for healthy workplace model and the practical guideline can be used by policy makers and planners.
Keywords: Health promotion, Healthy Workplace Model, Indigenization, Healthy workplace assessment tool
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Health Education Strategies
Received: 2017/08/30 | Accepted: 2018/02/26
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Jamshidi E, Shahandeh K, Motalebi Ghaen M, Rajabi F, Moradi A, Taghdisi M H. Indigenization of Healthy Workplace Model of World Health Organization: A Participatory Approach. Iran J Health Educ Health Promot 2018; 6 (1) :80-94
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