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health risk appraisal


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health risk appraisal

Health Risk Appraisal

Health Risk Appraisal (HRA)

health risk appraisal

health-risk appraisal

health risk appraisal

health risk appraisal

Preventive health risk appraisal for older people and impact on GPs' patient management: a prospective study

Update and validation of a national health risk appraisal tool in Korea

Promotion of health in older people: a randomised controlled trial of health risk appraisal in British general practice

Feasibility and yield of a self‐administered questionnaire for health risk appraisal in older people in three European countries

Smarter Working in Social and Health Care: Professional Perspectives on a New Technology for Risk Appraisal with Older People

Integrating a quantitative risk appraisal in a health impact assessment: analysis of the novel smoke-free policy in Hungary

Do tailored behavior change messages enhance the effectiveness of health risk appraisal? Results from a randomized trial

A Randomized Trial of Effects of Health Risk Appraisal Combined With Group Sessions or Home Visits on Preventive Behaviors in Older Adults

Developing Shared Appraisals of Diabetes Risk Through Family Health History Feedback: The Case of Mexican-Heritage Families

Feasibility of repeated use of the Health Risk Appraisal for Older people system as a health promotion tool in community-dwelling older people: retrospective cohort study 2001–05

The impact of two workplace-based health risk appraisal interventions on employee lifestyle parameters, mental health and work ability: results of a randomized controlled trial

 

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An assessment tool used by health promoters to evaluate how healthy a person is. A health-risk appraisal usually takes the form of an extended questionnaire that enquires into personal lifestyle habits, and personal and family medical history. It may be accompanied by laboratory tests for blood analysis, blood pressure, and physical fitness levels. The outcome is a profile outlining areas of high risk, and this is usually accompanied by strategies and targets for lifestyle change.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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