Provide health education information
Providing health education information to employees is one way to encourage them to make positive lifestyle changes and responsible health care decisions.
Provide information in newsletters. Subscribe to pre-written health and wellness newsletters or create your own.
Start a health education library of books, magazines, newsletters and/or videos.
Include bookmarks or brochures in paycheck envelopes.
Send weekly or monthly tips through email.
Offer internet access stations for employees who do not have individual access.
Be sure to consider the following when determining the information to provide:
American Cancer Society Workplace Outreach: www.acsworkplace.org
Berkeley Wellness Letter: www.berkeleywellness.com
Center for Science in the Public Interest: www.cspinet.org
Harvard Health Publications: www.health.harvard.edu
Hope Health: www.hopehealth.com
National Institutes of Health: www.nih.gov
Oakstone Wellness Publishing: www.oakstonewellness.com
Tufts University Health and Nutrition Letter: www.healthletter.tufts.edu
Wellness Councils of America: www.welcoa.org