Impact of a health promotion program on the health of primary school principals

The role of a school principal has changed dramatically in the last decade and there has been widespread concern regarding the impact of this change of role on principal health and wellbeing. Worksite health promotion programs have been used in many different settings to encourage employee health, but there is very little information on the effectiveness of such programs, particularly in improving principal health. This study evaluated the impact of a 12-month health promotion program on a group of 50 volunteer principals.
Rod Green, Susan Malcolm, Ken Greenwood, Gregory Murphy
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DOI: 10.1108/09513540110366132
Date Published:
February 2001
Publisher Email: unknown
Australia Location: unknown
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