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Title: Improving future occupational health practitioners’ competences for the management of techno-stress and excellence
Author: Czakert, Jan Philipp
Armadans Tremolosa, Immaculada
Pfaffinger, Katharina Felizitas
Berger, Rita, 1959-
Keywords: Estrès (Psicologia)
Intervenció educativa
Stress (Psychology)
Educational intervention
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Institut de Recerca en Educació (IRE.UB)
Abstract: In times of steadily increasing numbers of burnout in European workplaces, we propose in the frame of the IMPRESS project (Project reference: 588315-EPP-1-2017-1-ES-EPPKA2-KA) a common assessment and intervention program for HEI students in occupational psychology focusing on excellent stress management. The program is based on results of an online survey that found similar work-related stress factors in the four participating countries. Following a scientist-practitioner model, HEIs as well as practitioners of these countries developed a training offering assessment, intervention and excellence-related competences for stress-management using online tools. A first pilot was carried out in the Bachelor of Psychology, subject Organizational Behavior (UB) with 18 bachelor and 10 Master students using an online assessment tool, seminars and case studies. Evaluation of the competences acquired, and the seminars and case studies showed satisfactory results.
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It is part of: Capítol del llibre: Lindín, C., Esteban, M. B., Bergmann, J. C. F., Castells, N., & Rivera-Vargas, P. (Ed.) (2020). Llibre d’actes de la I Conferència Internacional de Recerca en Educació. Educació 2019: reptes, tendències i compromisos (4 i 5 de novembre de 2019, Universitat de Barcelona). Institut de Recerca en Educació (IRE-UB) Universitat de Barcelona. [ISBN: 978-84-17934-76-7]. pp 832-834.
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