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Which level of health promotion example is this?
An employer establishes a physical exercise area in the workplace and encourages all employees to use it.

Which level of health promotion example is this?<br/>
An employer establishes a physical exercise area in the workplace and encourages all employees to use it.

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A. Primary prevention
B. Secondary prevention
C. Tertiary prevention
D. Passive prevention
Asked by Amherst, Last updated: Jan 28, 2019

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G. Horace

G. HoraceContent Developer, Chicago
Content Developer, Chicago

Answered on Jan 28, 2019

In the workforce, workers are often working more hours nowadays than they did before. This means that there is less time for working out and getting exercise. Many employers see their workers sitting behind a desk for many hours a day. They need to get some exercise.

Some companies are encouraging their workers to get more exercise by providing better health care and funding gym memberships. Some have even created a workout room somewhere in their building for their workers to use. Employees are encouraged to use it.

When the company is doing this, the health insurance company may be asking them to do this and making the insurance costs to be lowered. When this occurs, the company is creating a level of primary prevention.

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M. Kennedy

M. KennedyWeb Content Writer, Denver
Web Content Writer, Denver

Answered on Oct 23, 2018

Primary prevention refers to actions that people take that can help them avoid developing specific health problems. These problems include diseases, sicknesses, injuries, or conditions that are detrimental to the body. These behaviors are conducted before the problems occur.

This also helps to save time and also money for healthcare. Primary prevention is the practice of altering negative or unhealthy behaviors that can lead to an unfavorable condition, as well as engaging in healthier lifestyle choices. It also involves increasing your resistance to diseases if illness does occur.

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered on Sep 09, 2016

Primary prevention-rationale: primary prevention precedes disease and applies to healthy clients. secondary prevention focuses on clients who have health problems and are at risk for developing complications. tertiary prevention focuses on rehabilitating clients who already have a disease or disability. passive prevention enables clients to gain health as a result of others activities without doing anything themselves.client needs category: health promotion and maintenanceclient needs subcategory: nonecognitive level: comprehensionreference: taylor, c., et al. fundamentals of nursing: the art and science of nursing care, 6th ed. philadelphia: lippincott williams & wilkins, 2008, p. 73.
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