Vice President, Behavior Science and Advanced Analytics
Director, Research and Outcomes
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Well-being interventions have experienced substantial growth in both employer and general population settings. They apply to both the in-person delivery of interventions and the application of digital well-being interventions. This session will discuss results from two in-person well-being intervention studies conducted by the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute and how these results apply to the design and implementation of digital health and well-being interventions. Among the in-person studies, a randomized controlled trial with 240 participants across 12 large employers demonstrated improvements in energy and well-being at 6 months after a 2.5-day, immersive intervention. In addition, a pilot study examining the short-term effects of a 1-day, immersive resilience course suggested improvements in perceived stress, well-being and coping strategy use. The integration of such findings into digital applications also will be discussed.