The Impact of Story-Based Video Back Injury Prevention Training on Employee Motivation, Engagement, Knowledge, and Behavior

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Hughes, M.C., McCulloch, E. & Valdes, E. The Impact of Story-Based Video Back Injury Prevention Training on Employee Motivation, Engagement, Knowledge, and Behavior. Occup Health Sci 2, 203–214 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s41542-018-0016-6

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