Literature Review: Health Technology in the Workplace

The goal of this literature review is to identify evaluation-based products that can induce behavior change amongst occupants in the workplace. There are numerous wearable products, applications, and other technology flooding the marketplace that claim to help improve worker health and well-being, but little empirical data backing these claims. Through extensive literature searches of multiple databases, the research team was able to identify and elucidate empirical research on seven health technology categories: fitness, eating, safety/prevention, mental health, brain functioning, restoration, and connections.

Students who have worked with us on this project include:

Helen Lee