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|Healing the Healer: Providing a Path Towards Physician Suicide Prevention |
|Health and Emotional Wellbeing in the Workplace: Behavior Screening and Intervention as Effective Approach to Wellness |
|Health care utilization by children entering foster care: Factors associated with provider-initiated health referral and referral completion |
|Health Promotion and EAPs: More Questions Than Answers |
|Health Savings Account Effects on Health and Debt |
|Health, Wellness and Productivity: Best Practice Requires EAP Involvement |
|Healthcare Provider Communication with Young Adults: Patient-Centered Communication, Patient Satisfaction, Patient Trust, Social Support, Self-Care Skills, and Emotional Well-Being |
|Help-seeking Behavior among Working-age Adults with Suicidal Ideation: An integration of the Andersen Model of Health Care Utilization and the Three-stage Model of Mental Health Help-seeking |
|Helping Families Connect to Meet Their Children’s Needs |
|Helping Families Connect to Meet Their Children’s Needs Today and Tomorrow |
|Helping families prevent neglect |
|Helping Families Prevent Neglect: Final Report |
|Helping Hands: IAM EAP Newsletter Special Edition |
|Helping the Rescuers: Challenges and Rewards of Working with Public Safety - Fairfax County |
|Helping the Rescuers: Challenges and Rewards of Working with Public Safety - New York City |
|Heterogeneity in Comorbidity between Major Depressive Disorder and Generalized Anxiety Disorder and its Clinical Consequences |
|HFPN Final Report |
|Hidden Hazards: The Business Response to Addictions in the Workplace |
|The High Cost of Employee Substance Abuse |
|High Risk, the Community Nutrition Environment, and Food Insecurity: The Role of Cumulative Risk, and Food Store Accessibility and Availability in Predicting the Likelihood of Family Food Insecurity in Baltimore City |
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