Applying gender-based analysis plus to Employee Assistance Programs: A Canadian perspective
Applying gender-based analysis ...
Bourgeault, Ivy Lynn
Porteous, Nancy, M.S.
PublisherJournal of Workplace Behavioral Health
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AbstractBoth workplace mental health and gender equity issues are in the spotlight in Canada as they are internationally. Accordingly, it is timely for Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) to systematically consider sex, gender, and intersecting identities. Four cross-cutting priorities emerged from a focused analysis of the literature: (1) targeted outreach to men and other priority populations, (2) enhanced gender and diversity training for EAP counselors, (3) digital EAP services to meet preferences beyond face-to-face counseling, and (4) performance and quality improvement of both the EAP process and outcomes. The implications of these are considered using a Canadian case example.
Table of ContentsIntroduction--Methods--Results--Literature review and priorities for action--Targeted outreach--Training in sex, gender, and intersecting identities--Digital EAP services--Performance and quality improvement--Implications for EAPs using Health Canada's EAP as a Canadian case example--Discussion and conclusion--Disclosure statement--Funding--References
DescriptionPublished in the Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 35:2, March 2020. : https://doi.org/10.1080/15555240.2020.1726773
CitationBartram, M., Atanackovic J., Runnels, V., Bourgeault, I., Fournier, C., Kovacina, N., Contant, A., MacDonald, L., Porteous, N., & Renaud, A. (2020) Applying gender-based analysis plus to Employee Assistance Programs: A Canadian perspective, Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 35(2), 80-99, DOI: 10.1080/15555240.2020.1726773
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