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Web-based occupational stress management program

Principal Investigators

Foto Prof. Dr. Matthias Berking

Prof. Dr. Matthias Berking

David Daniel Ebert

Dr. Dirk Lehr (Leuphana University Lüneburg), Prof. Dr. Bernhard Sieland, Prof. Dr. Burkhardt Funk


Elena Heber (Leuphana University Lüneburg)


European Union


Innovationsinkubator Leuphana University Lüneburg
Philipps-University Marburg
VU University Amsterdam

Project Outline

Work-related stress is associated with a variety of mental and emotional problems, such as symptoms of depression and anxiety, and can lead to substantial economic costs due to loss of productivity, absenteeism or inability to work. While there is a considerable amount of randomized controlled trials (RCTs) on traditional face-to-face stress management interventions, the evidence for internet-based RCTs in this field is, despite the advantages of web-based interventions, such as time- and location-independence and lower costs, scarce. The training targets individuals of the general population experiencing work-related stress. Participants (N=260) will be randomly allocated into either the intervention group (IG) which gains access to the 7 session intervention immediately or a waitlist control group which receives the intervention 6 months later. Participants receive feedback from an online coach. Data are collected at pre- and post-test and six months post randomization. An extended follow up at 12 months will be carried out for the IG. Perceived stress is measured as a primary outcome. Furthermore, a cost-effectiveness analysis will be conducted.

stress, occupational stress, stress management, depression, strain, exhaustion

Zuletzt aktualisiert: 01.03.2013 · keilda

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