GracieLee M. Weaver

  • Research Associate
  • Public Health Education, UNCG

Dr. GracieLee Weaver is a Research Associate at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She received her PhD in Community Health Education at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Her current work is focused on the development, implementation, and evaluation of health promotion interventions in the workplace. She was the lead on a project to clean and analyze the Well Workplace Checklist (WWC) dataset to examine current trends in the quality of workplace wellness initiatives. In addition to managing and analyzing the Well Workplace Checklist data, GracieLee served on WELCOA’s advisory council to revise and update their quality benchmarks and Well Workplace Checklist. She is currently working on a project with Prevention Strategies to develop an opioid misuse prevention intervention for workers in industries with a high risk for injury and opioid dispensing. In addition to her workplace health promotion research, she is collaborating with the Institute to Promote Athlete Health & Wellness to examine the awareness of campus amnesty policies and the impact on bystander help seeking.

There are 2 included publications by GracieLee M. Weaver :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Performance Against WELCOA’s Worksite Health Promotion Benchmarks Across Years Among Selected US Organizations 2018 43 Purpose: The purpose of this study was to quantify the performance of organizations’ worksite health promotion (WHP) activities against the benchmarking criteria included in the Well Workplace Checklist (WWC). Design: The Wellness Council of America ...
Tracking changes in U.S. organizations’ workplace health promotion initiatives: A longitudinal analysis of performance against quality benchmarks 2019 42 Purpose: To examine changes in organizations’ workplace health promotion (WHP) initiatives over time associated with repeated self-assessment using the Well Workplace Checklist (WWC). Design: Well Workplace Checklist data include a convenience sample...