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 …

Session at the 27th German Congress For Rehabilitation Research in Munich

At this year’s German Congress for Rehabilitation Research in Munich we have organized a session to present recent findings of the “Third German Sociomedical Panel of Employee”. The panel task force and its cooperating partners will present their latest research within six oral presentations. We are looking forward to exciting …

New Publication in cooperation project

Occupational e-mental-health interventions may extend existing instruments of occupational health. Together with the Gutenberg University and the University Medical Center in Mainz, we examined the health-related Internet use as well as the acceptance and barriers to the use of occupational e-mental-health for work-related distress within the second wave of the …