- Where in your life have you been a program champion and advocate? What did you do? What challenges did you face? Who supported your efforts and what role did the support of others play in the efforts?
- Reflect on your own or family members’ and friends’ health care experience to identify situations that might be considered a duplication of service and tests, limited use of information systems, medical errors, medication mismanagement (e.g., not using a medication as prescribed), miscommunication among providers, and violation of an individual’s privacy. As part of a workplace health promotion program implementation, how would you address the situations?
- With increasing number of employees working virtually at varied sites, forming partnerships and collaborations in employees’ communities and neighborhoods for workplace physical activity is a mainstay of implementing the physical activity priority of a workplace health promotion program. In your own neighborhood, identify potential partners and resources for physical activity. Identify whom you would talk with at the organization. Imagine you were a business owner with 50 employees. What types of physical activity services that are not currently offered by the business might be of interest for your employees?
- How would large, midsized, and small employers respond to federal legislation proposals to limit the authority of OSHA to enforce the OSHA General Duty Clause? “Each employer shall furnish to each of his employees employment and a place of employment which are free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to his employees.” What are pros and cons that each group of employers might list in deciding whether or not to support the legislation?
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