The Need for EAPs: The Workplace Burden of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Problems
Amaral, Thomas M., 1952-
Goplerud, Eric N.
Herlihy, Patricia A.
McPherson, Tracy L.
Sharar, David A., 1961-
EASNA Knowledge Transfer & Research Committee
PublisherEmployee Assistance Society of North America
Peer ReviewedMembers of EASNA Knowledge Transfer & Research Committee
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Other TitlesChapter 2 - Selecting and Strengthening Employee Assistance Programs: A Purchaser's Guide
AbstractThis Research Note reviews themes from research literature on the prevalance and burden of mental health and substance abuse problems among workers to support the general need for why EAPs are needed.
Table of Contents0. What are EAPs? 1. Why are EAPs Needed? 2. Conclusion 3. References (15 citations)
DescriptionJournal style brief report (3 pages)
CitationAttridge, M., Amaral, T., Bjornson, T., Goplerud, E., Herlihy, P., McPherson, T., Paul R., Routledge, S., Sharar, D., Stephenson, D., & Teems, L. (2009). The need for EAPs: the workplace burden of mental health and substance abuse problems. EASNA Research Notes, 1(2), 1-3. Available online from http://www.easna.org.
Series/Report No.EASNA Research Notes;Volume 1 - Number 2
SponsorsEmployee Assistance Society of North America
Employee assistance programs
Identifier to cite or link to this itemhttp://hdl.handle.net/10713/5131
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