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Online Sleep Training for Teachers with Work-related Stress

Principal Investigators

Foto Prof. Dr. Matthias Berking


Prof. Dr. Matthias Berking
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David Daniel Ebert
(Contact)

Dr. Dirk Lehr (Leuphana University Lüneburg)

Co-Researchers

Hanne Thiart (Leuphana University Lüneburg)

Funding

European Union
Unfallkasse NRW

Cooperation

Innovationsinkubator Leuphana University Lüneburg
Philipps-University Marburg
Minddistrict
VU University Amsterdam
Unfallkasse NRW

Project Outline

Insomnia and work-related stress often co-occur. Both are associated with personal distress and diminished general functioning, as well as substantial socio-economic costs. Internet-based CBT-I interventions (ICBT-I) could potentially reduce the given supply gap and are proven to be effective. There is less known about the efficacy of ICBT-I in populations affected by work-related stress. Thus, the aim of the present study is to evaluate an ICBT-I training tailored to teachers affected by occupational stress.
In a two-arm randomized controlled trial (N = 126), the effects of a guided ICBT-I training will be compared to a waitlist-control condition. Apart from classic CBT-I elements (e.g. sleep hygiene, sleep restriction) the training accentuates the promotion of recreational activities and cognitive detachment. German teachers with clinical significant insomnia complaints and work-related strain are included. The primary outcome is insomnia severity, which is evaluated at and 6-months follow-up. Additionally, an economic evaluation from a societal perspective will be conducted.

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Internet Links

www.geton-training.de (German)

Zuletzt aktualisiert: 01.03.2013 · keilda

 
 
 
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