CDC health risk appraisal user manual
Corporate Authors:Centers for Disease Control (U.S.) ; Center for Health Promotion and Education (U.S.). Division of Health Education ;
Description:In 1977, the Bureau of Health Education (currently the Center for Health Promotion and Education) at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) established a cooperative relationship with Health and Welfare Canada. This relationship allowed the CDC to acquire the Canadian health risk appraisal (HRA) computer program and established the groundwork for future research and development activities at the CDC.
Since that time the CDC has distributed HRA computer software to more than 400 private, public and voluntary agencies, organizations and individuals. This involvement in the promotion and distribution of HRA has helped create a demand for HRA instruments and for additional training materials and services.
This user manual provides information on how to administer the CDC's adult health risk appraisal instrument and to interpret its printout.
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