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WHO-Projekte List of major outcomes already achieved by this project List of additional major outcomes expected from this project by 2012 Impact or influence of this project in humans: massspectrometry analysis, as a basis for biomonitoring strategies. J Occup Med Toxicol 2011, 6 (1).9-17 (Exposure monitoring). Additional 2 publications immunolo-gical isocyanate asthma diagnostic methods (antibody detection/ clinical diagnostic schema). - Developing of high sensitivity immuno-assays (CAP) for the detection of isocyanate sensitization - Developing and establishing methods for biological monitoring of isocyanate workers - A clinical diagnostic schema implementing the laboratory diagnostic methods has been worked out (can be used as a tool kit for occupational physicians) Evidence based diagnostic and biomonitoring methods as well as respective recommendations for preventive measures will be published. This project herewith ends as a separate project as suggested by Evelyn Kortum and Rokho Kim. Respective further activities will be combined with project 4.20m (“Evidence based guidelines for the prevention of occupational asthma”) and continued in the new project 2.11f with the title: “Prevention of occupational asthma” The sensitivity of detection of IgE-mediated sensitization could be significantly increased. Biological monitoring is now possible for various endangering isocyanate exposure scenarios. Psychosocial stress in the workplace with regard to burnout and gender Project leader Dr. Ralf Wegner New Project (Objective 2) Network partners University of Nottingham, Institute of Work, Health and Organisations WHO Regions involved in this CON- TRIBUTING project Country ministries involved in this CON- TRIBUTING project External partners for this CONTRIBUTING project Summary of the project Target group and/or Europe Ministry of Health, Germany Institute of Work, Health and Organization University of Nottingham Psychosocial stress in the workplace increasingly causes mental disorders like burnout. Some of the presumed predictors are long working hours, parenting, especially for full-time working female employees, and conflicts with colleagues and/or superiors. Practical measures including intervention strategies for the prevention of disorders and the recommendations of therapies should be developed on the basis of existing and newly collected data on family status, working conditions, burnout status (Maslach-Burnout-Inventory) and data including medical, physiological and biochemical analyses of 100 volunteers during working and leisure time. Workers with psychosocial stress at work 87

WHO-Projekte beneficiaries Events-opportunities for furthering the project Expected results of this project by 2012 (outcomes) Indicator of achievement (impact) Major Milestones Public health impact Global Funding source(s) No funds Disseminations Progress on Project List of major outcomes already achieved by this project List of additional major outcomes expected from this project by 2012 Describe the impact or influence of this project Development of a WHO questionnaire to evaluate the psychosocial stress and strain including burnout phenomena by occupational and familial factors. Organizing workshops on this issue. Collaborating with clinical physicians/clinics concerning adequate therapy. Description of the most important stress factors and evaluation of preventive strategies, such as better separation between work and leisure time, flexibilization of working time and/or organization of better childcare in companies, development of therapy recommendations in occupational medicine Evidence-based recommendations for the prevention and treatment of burnout - Analysis of existing data by 2009 - Development of a WHO questionnaire by 2010 - Worldwide survey in 2011 - Analysis and publication of the data and recommendations in 2012 Results and recommendations to be published in workshops and international journals The data were analyzed. First results were published in 2010, an international article has been submitted for publication. The WHO questionnaire is still in development. The analyzed data show high risks of burnout in physicians. In a subgroup of senior female physicians the influence of long working hours and a bad relationship with colleagues were identified as almost equivalent predictors for burnout. In contrast to junior female physicians in senior female physicians having children was found to be a contributory factor. Publication of the data others than physicians, pilot study with the international questionnaire. Given the increasing numbers of female physicians in hospitals and their frequent advancement into leadership positions the high risk of burnout in women with children should be taken into consideration. Appropriate preventions may be childcare support by the hospital and flexible working hours. Risk of Skin cancer, injuries and infectious diseases as well as causes of stress factors in seafarers Project leader Dr. Marcus Oldenburg (Objective 2) Network partners - Institute of Maritime and Tropical Medicine, Gydnia, Poland 88

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