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IV Adapting health education technics to industrial realities

Amer Jour Publ Health: 1121-1125

IV Adapting health education technics to industrial realities

Traditional health education approaches are considered relative to (1) needs and responsibilities of employees and families, (2) structure and procedures of industry, (3) resources of industrial medical services. People need to be helped to see that what they want out of life is conditioned by their state of "health. A pilot study in 2,000 plants suggests that a focus on "living interests" offers a constructive approach.

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