Development of a dashboard to monitor employee wellness data
Heather Carter-Templeton, PhD, RN-BC; Leslie G. Cole, DNP, RN; Barbara Ann Graves, PhD, RN -- Capstone College of Nursing, The University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA; Gary F. Templeton, PhD, Business Information Systems, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, Mississippi, USA
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Dashboards are graphical displays that integrate disparate related data sources enable swift interpretation of large datasets, often unloading cognitive burden. This project illuminated how dashboards can provide practice-based evidence, allowing for expeditious monitoring and evaluations of the impact on specific and targeted health initiatives in the workplace.
30th International Nursing Research Congress: Theory-to-Practice: Catalyzing Collaborations to Connect Globally. Held 25-29 July 2019 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
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Discovering cardiovascular risk factors within workplace wellness biometric data: A cluster analysis Graves, Barbara Ann; Cole, Leslie G.; Templeton, Gary F.; Carter-Templeton, HeatherThe purpose of this study was to examine and describe the prevalence of single and combined, or multiple, cardiovascular risk factors within a workplace wellness dataset by way of cluster analysis. The analysis provided ...
Beyond biometrics: Optimizing academic professional well-being at individual and organizational levels Kaylor, Sara K.; Cole, Leslie G.; Carter, Melondie R.This presentation describes an academic workplace wellness program and its longitudinal (5-year) impact on participating employees' biometric health screening data. An overview of workplace wellness literature will be ...
Comparisons of cardiometabolic risk between African American and Caucasian women in a worksite wellness program Graves, Barbara Ann; Appel, Susan J. (2017-06-16)Purpose: Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death and chronic illness in the US. The burden of CVD is substantial in terms of mortality, disability, and cost. More than 82 million Americans have some ...
Graves, Rebecca J.; Fruh, Sharon; Hall, Heather R.; Bydalek, Katherine; Riley, Bettina Hornbuckle; Swanzy, Debra M.; Williams, Susan Gordon; Wright, Theresa F.; Carter, ChristenCollege freshmen are at high risk for weight gain, especially students originating from the Deep South U.S., where obesity and related chronic diseases are high. This exploratory study analyzed detailed information from ...
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