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Articles from The Journal of Employee Assistance (June 1, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
"Social norms" marketing tactics fail to reduce college drinking rates. 417
$600 million pledged to treat more people with substance abuse. 318
A new approach to EAP pricing: value-based pricing models create incentives for EAPs to increase utilization and help employers understand the benefits EAPs provide. Farris, Tom 1816
AAOHN creates new Web site devoted to ergonomics. Brief Article 119
Aligning better quality with better payment: solutions to the problem of low pricing for EAPs must be tied to educating employers about the value of high-quality services. Burgess, Kenneth 2741
Anti-bullying advocacy: an unrealized EAP opportunity: educating executives about the impact of workplace bullying can help EAPs define their role as productivity tools. Namie, Ruth 1973
APA, government agencies collaborate on DSM booklet. Brief Article 218
ASAM publishes 3rd edition of addiction textbook. Brief Article 264
Checklist offers tips on reducing spread of infectious diseases. Brief Article 265
Corporations target obesity, saying it costs $12 billion annually. Brief Article 249
Disability management programs and EAPs: although they may not work together or even know each other, disability management and EA professionals share a common goal of reducing worker absences. Lui, John 1353
Free kit encourages workers to care for mental health. Brief Article 223
Gay men earn less than their married counterparts. Brief Article 267
High school dropout rate much higher than government says. 608
HMO rate rise for 2004 expected to average 18 percent, says Hewitt. 283
June 18 issue of JAMA focuses on depression. 239
Marketing onsite EAP services: by touting the benefits of having a workplace-based EA professional and "unbundling" the cost of onsite services from the back-up network, vendors of onsite EAPs can positively distinguish their product from network models. Collins, Kenneth 1941
New initiative launched to improve access to alcohol treatment. 342
Professionalism, education, and employee assistance. Mannion, Lawrence P. 1192
Strategies for responding to pricing pressure: examining assumptions about the services it offers can help an EAP determine how to maximize revenues from its clients. Mines, Michael R. 1386
Substance addiction treatment information. 1270
The "market" doesn't drive pricing--we do. Maynard, John 586
U.S., U.K. warn of suicide risk among youth taking paroxetine hydrochloride. Brief Article 279
Use everyday examples to prove your value; providing specific examples of money-saving risk management services can help EAPs prove they are worth premium rates. Carbone, James 1145
Using evidence-based workplace training: research on substance abuse prevention has led to new training programs that can help revitalize EAPs and lead to a new focus within the EAP Core Technology. Bennett, Joel B. 1637
White House panel calls for "transformation" of U.S. mental health care. 332
Who to call attention to heart disease in women? Brief Article 240
Women climbing corporate ladder, but still face "technology gap". 259

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