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    Bogren, Eleonore
    et al.
    University of Gävle, Faculty of Health and Occupational Studies.
    Dahl, Cecilia
    University of Gävle, Faculty of Health and Occupational Studies.
    Åtta personalchefers syn på friskvård2010Independent thesis Basic level (university diploma), 20 credits / 30 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [sv]

    ABSTRACT

    Bogren, E & Dahl, C. 2010.

    Åtta personalchefers syn på friskvård. C-uppsats i Folkhälsovetenskap 15 hp, Akademin för hälsa och arbetsliv. Högskolan Gävle.

    Purpose

    : The purpose of the study was to investigate staffmanagers opinions about keep- fit activities. To fulfill the purpose of the study following issues been used: What is keep- fit activities, Is staffmanagers opinions that keep- fit activities has effect? Is the staffmanager of the opinion that he/she can influence staffmembers to a better health?

    Method:

    Qualitative interviews has been complished with staffmanagers. The staffmanagers were active in two different districts. Keep- fit activities was the starting point for all interviews.

    Result:

    The result of the study showed that the informants have a major positive attitude to keep- fit activities. Keep- fit activities can be looked at in many different perspectives where working with keep- fit activities contains many different investments. Most part of the informants considerd that it was difficult to reach staffmembers who should need it the most and the staffmanagers role is important in staffmembers health. Most part of the informants could see connections between smaller notifications of illness and keep- fit activities. The informants think that the workingplace can be influenced by a person employed working with healthquestions. In spite of that neither there seemed to be interests or needs to employ somebody.

    Conclusion:

    The staffmanagers opinion to keep- fit activities is mostly positive, staffmanagers role is important, use keep- fit activities generates alertness and health. The result presents that keep- fit activities is of importance for staffmembers health but in how great extent the informants have different meanings about.

    Keywords:

    Health care, Health promotion, Staffmanager and Health

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