New publication and doctoral thesis

We published a new article analyzing longitudinal associations of effort-reward imbalance and overcommitment with mental health outcomes. We found that overcommitment mediated the effect of effort-reward imbalance on mental health. Dorothea Hinsch, the first author of this paper, worked on the question for their doctoral thesis. She has successfully defended …

Third User Workshop in Berlin

For the third time already, we organized a workshop with our cooperating partners. Six users of the data set “Third German Sociomedical Panel of Employees – Rehabilitation and Participation (GSPE-III)” presented their latest analyses at the Charité Berlin. Subsequently, the participants talked about the results in a particularly stimulating discussion …

New publication

In our new publication we used longitudinal data of the Third German Sociomedical Panel of Employees to examine effects of social support on mental health, consultations of psychologists and psychotherapists and self-rated work ability among employees. After a follow-up of two years people with low social support reported poorer mental …

Active participation + open debate = successfull session at the 27th Rehab-Congress

“Health and work participation – Do we need panel data?” was the title of our session at this year’s German Congress for Rehabilitation Research in Munich. Approximately 150 participants of the congress followed the six presentations of the panel task force and our cooperating partners. We would like to thank all …