MS (Master of Science)
Date of Award
Committee Chair or Co-Chairs
Elizabeth F. Lowe
Alison K. Schaefer, Jamie B. Kridler
The purpose of the study was to determine if the health parameters of female employees would improve, as measured in the posttest data, following the completion of a 12-week employee wellness program. The participants included 17 female employees from the Carter County Health Department located in Elizabethton, Tennessee. The principle investigator assessed the changes in the pretests and posttests and analyzed the data using SPSS. The results showed on average an increase in fruit and vegetable consumption and in the number of days exercised per week as well as improved diastolic blood pressure and triglyceride levels. The employees who experienced weight loss, consumed at least four servings of fruit and vegetables per day, and exercised at least 30 minutes five or more days per week had the greatest improvement in health parameters.
Thesis - Open Access
Poag, Adrienne J., "Wellness Program Effect on the Health Parameters of Female Employees Aged 25 to 60 Years of Age Targeting Physical Activity and Nutrition Therapy." (2007). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. Paper 2044. http://dc.etsu.edu/etd/2044
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