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appraisal

An evaluation or estimate (preferably by a qualified professional appraiser) of the market or other value, cost, utility, or other attribute of land or other facility.
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Terry, "Health Risk Appraisals as Self-Care Tools," Corporate Fitness & Recreation, 6, June/July 1987, p.
Health risk appraisal from a behavioral perspective: Present and future.
[27.] The Carter Center Health Risk Appraisal Project: Healthier people, Version 3.0 [computer program].
The health screening program included clinical measures and the completion of a health risk appraisal. Clinical measures included height and weight, non-fasting finger stick cholesterol procedure using the Abbot Vision enzymatic test, as recommended by the National Cholesterol Education panel, seated blood pressure after a three-minute rest period, using a Critikron Dynamap Automated Sphygmomanometer, and a 7 site body fat estimate using Lange skin-fold calipers.
Those who are dedicated to implementing the health risk appraisal concept in an ongoing, structured way will find HEALTHIER PEOPLE useful.
As a result of his own health risk appraisal 10 years ago, MacAllister began exercising and altered his diet considerably.
A health risk appraisal (HRA) is a tool for health promotion.
Included in the Welcare program: health fair screenings, individualized health risk appraisal, educational offerings, newsletter and health care advocate.
"In 1981, we first administered the health risk appraisal. In 1995 we re-administered the health risk appraisal to look at the change in health risk from those people over that long period of time," says Deborah Napier, health management director for Xerox.
Virtually all companies will begin implementing an employee wellness program by conducting a health risk appraisal using a questionnaire, which typically asks workers about their habits, risk factors, current health issues and family history.
According to a health risk appraisal from the American Nurses Association, there is room for improvement in nurse's health particularly in regards to physical health, nutrition, rest, safety, and quality of life.
Executive Summary: American Nurses Association Health Risk Appraisal. Retrieved from https://www.nursingworld.

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