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A Research on the Relationship between Hospital Employee’s Involvement in Workplace Health Promotion Program and Their Physical Fitness Performance
The purpose of this research is to investigate the relationship between participation in workplace health promotion program and physical fitness performance. We use health promotion points to quantify the degree of participation in workplace health promotion program and classified the points into three categories as physical exercise, health promotion knowledge and individual health management. Every category contents different items of health promotion activities; participation of each certified health promotion activities will score one health promotion point. Higher score represents higher participation in activities of health promotion program, and we use employee’s physical fitness performance data to investigate the relationship between their degree of participation in workplace health promotion program and their physical fitness performance strength. In this study, we use selection sampling approach, collected samples via a district hospital in Taoyuan city, total 866 samples. Research found that the overall participation of employees in the workplace health promotion program activity is not high. Overall physical fitness status is “below average” in the majority. The highest participation rate of workplace health promotion program activities is individual health management activities; the least is the sports activities. Overall participation rate is highest in the administrative staff and senior staff. The higher the degree of participation in workplace health promotion program activities, including physical exercise activities, health promotion knowledge and overall participation, the higher the overall score in physical fitness performance. Using prediction model of regression analysis, the he most significant predictive power of physical fitness performance is ‘gender’, ‘individual health management score’, ‘physical exercise score’ and ‘ overall score’.
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