WorkHealthy Oregon invests in an active program of quantitative and qualitative evaluation research used to develop the evidence base for effective health promotion practices. We use a systematic research process to develop customized training content for specific populations. We also implement an appropriate research methodology to evaluate the effectiveness of the training or education program.
Reports are available including:
- NECA-IBEW Team Awareness Project, which trains electrician apprentices how to get help for themselves and to offer help to coworkers (You can read more details about this project in chapter 5 of the “Young Adults in the Workplace: A Multisite Initiative of Substance Use Prevention Programs“)
- Fit to Perform technical report (PDF)
- Fit to Perform Behavioral Checklist technical report (PDF)
- Addressing Nurse Impairment technical report (PDF)
- Recent publications and presentations (PDF)