HPM 450 Worksite Wellness Management • 4 Cr.
A study of core elements in a successful worksite wellness program. The course reviews several program planning models and approaches to maintain organizational alignment. Key tenets examined are proper assessment, design, implementation, measurement, daily operations management, program evaluation and program reporting for worksite wellness programs. Prerequisite: Admission to the Health Promotion and Management program, or permission of the Program Chair.
After completing this class, students should be able to:
- Synthesize and apply knowledge and skills learned in previous courses to plan and implement Health Promotion/Wellness Programs in a variety of worksite settings.
- Identify and explain issues in worksite wellness management such as health care cost containment, assessing organizational needs, program evaluation, and marketing program interventions.
- Recognize basic principles and approaches to designing a comprehensive worksite wellness plan program based on a population health model.