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Med Pr. 2008;59(1):55-64.

[Workplace health promotion in public health policies in Poland].

[Article in Polish]

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Krajowe Centrum Promocji Zdrowia w Miejscu Pracy, Instytut Medycyny Pracy im. prof. J. Nofera, Lódź. promocja@imp.lodz.pl

Abstract

In this paper the author analyses how far in Poland the idea of workplace health promotion (WHP) does exist in the area of public health understood in its broadest sense. The analysis encapsulates the following issues: (a) the national legislative policy, (b) strategies, programs and projects concerning health issues launched or coordinated by the state or local administration, (c) grassroots initiatives for health promotion supported by local and regional administration, (d) civic projects or business strategies for health. In addition, the author emphasizes the marginalization of workplace health promotion and lack of cohesive policy in this field as well as, the fact that health problems of the working population arising from current demographic, technological, economic and social changes that could be dealt with through developing and implementing WHP projects are not yet fully perceived by public health policy makers.

PMID:
18663896
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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