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Kentucky Worksite Wellness Tax Credit: A Health Impact Assessment
Public Health Faculty Publications
  • Cecilia M Watkins, Western Kentucky University
  • T. Lovely
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The Kentucky Department for Public Health produced this report with grant funds from Association of State and Territorial Health Officials and technical assistance from Human Impact Partners and Western Kentucky University.

The purpose of the assessment was to evaluate the potential effects of a worksite wellness tax credit on three main areas of concern for Kentucky: (!) nutrition, physical activity and obesity levels of children whose parents receive Worksite Wellness services, (2) jobs and (3) social cohesion.
Citation Information
Cecilia M Watkins and T. Lovely. "Kentucky Worksite Wellness Tax Credit: A Health Impact Assessment" (2012)
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