Health Risk Assessors

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Cancer Prevention Estimate your risk of developing cancer
Eating Behavior Examine your relationship with food
Stroke Risk Estimate your risk of having a stroke
Career Burnout Find out if your job is taking a toll on your mental health
Cervical Cancer Risk Estimate your risk of developing cervical cancer
Cognitive Decline Risk Estimate your risk of declining mental capacity as you age
Colon Cancer Risk Estimate your risk of developing colon cancer
Emotional Health Evaluate your emotional health
Fitness Assessment Take this quiz to see how well you're doing to stay in shape
Insomnia Are you having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep?
Melanoma Risk Estimate your risk of developing melanoma
Menopause Find out whether you might be in menopause or peri-menopause
Ovarian Cancer Risk Estimate your risk of developing ovarian cancer
Pain & Limitations Investigate causes and prevention of musculoskeletal problems
Post-traumatic stress Find out if you are suffering from Post-Traumatic stress
Sleep Are you having problems related to getting enough sleep?
Stomach Cancer Risk Estimate your risk of developing stomach cancer
Stress Style  How do you react to stress?
Uterine Cancer Risk Estimate your risk of developing uterine cancer
Work Addiction Are you addicted to work?

The Health Risk Manager (HRM) HRA and other ConvergenceHealth assessments are evidence-based and reviewed by University of Florida School of Medicine staff periodically. The HRA’s and subsequent risk reports incorporate current medical standards including those from the Harvard School of Public Health. Algorithms and recommendations are based primarily on:

  • Sources for the HRA consist of recognized leading researchers and institutions including AHA – American Heart Association, ADA – American Diabetes Association, JNC-V, NCEP-III, US Preventive Services Task Force and the CDCP – Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Department of Health and Human Services, National Center for Health Statistics, National Institutes of Health, National Research Center, U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, University of Michigan, American Cancer Society and other groups.
  • Classic corporate and community studies, such as: Steelcase, Coors, Johnson & Johnson, Control Data, Tenneco, Alameda County and Framingham studies.
  • Intervention-specific meta-analysis studies done by Larry Chapman, MPH and Ken Pelletier, PhD, Dee W. Edington, PhD.
  • A thorough literature review was conducted to develop question content and to identify candidate risk factors. MEDLINE, Embase, PsycINFO, SciSearch, ERIC and ABI Inform databases were comprehensively searched for multi-year, randomized and controlled studies that focused on health risks, costs and cause-effect relationships between intervention and outcomes.