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Correction: A Systematic Review of Internet-Based Worksite Wellness Approaches for Cardiovascular Disease Risk Management: Outcomes, Challenges & Opportunities

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Correction: A Systematic Review of Internet-Based Worksite Wellness Approaches for Cardiovascular Disease Risk Management: Outcomes, Challenges & Opportunities

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Figure 2. Graphical Representation of Intervention Outcomes (Modified from Harvest Plots by Ogilvie et. al).

[11] Each bar represents a study. Dark bars indicate suitable study designs (category A or B) while the lighter bars indicate poor study design (category C, D or E). The numbers on top of each bar indicate the number of methodological criteria met (maximum 6). For each parameter, there are three possible outcomes – negative effect, no effect or positive effect.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0083594.g002

Reference

  1. 1. Aneni EC, Roberson LL, Maziak W, Agatston AS, Feldman T, et al. (2014) A Systematic Review of Internet-Based Worksite Wellness Approaches for Cardiovascular Disease Risk Management: Outcomes, Challenges & Opportunities. PLoS ONE 9(1): e83594