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Effect of a Group Health Education Program in the Workplace at the Age of 35: A Population Approach
Journal of UOEH
Using a population approach, we investigated whether a group health education program exerted a preventive efTbct on checkup items at five years later. Wotkers tuming 35 years old before the initiaa implementation ofthe program were entered in the control greup (n = 422) and those turning 35 years on this date or after were entered in the intervention group (n = 206). These groups were compared using data obtained from routine health checkups at 35 and 40 years of age. In the interventiondoi:10.7888/juoeh.33.23 pmid:21434560 fatcat:rowqiwz6mrexhigszpylvqs4fm