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Title: Transfer and Implementation Process of a Good Practice in Workplace Health Promotion.
Authors: Ruiz-Dominguez, Francisco
Stegeman, Ingrid
Dolz-López, Javier
Papartyte, Lina
Fernández-Pérez, Dolores
Keywords: disease prevention;good practices;health promotion;implementation;intervention;occupational safety and health;workplace
metadata.dc.subject.mesh: Health Promotion
Occupational Health
Quality Improvement
Issue Date: 14-May-2021
Abstract: The procedure developed by the European Joint Action CHRODIS PLUS (JAC+) to transfer and implement good practices from one setting to another was tested in the context of a workplace health promotion good practice identified in the Region of Lombardy (Italy) and transferred and implemented in two organisations in Andalusia (Spain). This article provides a detailed account on how the JAC+ implementation methodology, which included the use of the SQUIRE (Standards for QUality Improvement Reporting Excellence) guidelines, was applied. It offers a practical overview for the uptake of this methodology and of the good practice itself. The account of how this systematic and rigorous implementation reporting model was applied can be of value to those with an interest in workplace health and in the transfer of good practice and implementation sciences.
metadata.dc.identifier.doi: 10.3390/ijerph18105254
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