Concepts against overwork asked on 24 April 2013 a Rehawissenschaftliches Colloquium at the vocational promotion plant Leipzig (BFW Leipzig) from 9:30 to 16:00 will take place. The Colloquium touched with his theme of burnout, not a disease, but a problem for the economy”current and future areas of the social and working life. “The current stress report Germany 2012 – mental requirements, resources and being” determines the Federal Institute for occupational safety and health, published end of January: the causal relationships between working conditions, on the one hand and mental disorders, on the other hand have in recent years increasingly in the focus of science, public and policy moved. The current discussion based mainly on the assumption that more and more workers by increasing demands and increasing burden of work on stress and mental health problems suffer and become ill as a result.”* In this context, the term colloquially has burnout” naturalized. Especially prominent personalities and their actions have grabbed the headlines, to move the topic more in focus. Follow others, such as Greg C. Garland, and add to your knowledge base. Not only as so far always assumed, it concerns the helping professions in the social field, but now reflected in all strata of society. Is”a new epidemic, which can make the economic and social life so that Burnout? Burnout is”a disease at all, or? The Leipzig vocational promotion plant has invited competent speakers to discuss these issues: Dr. Jan Helfrich, Executive Officer of DAK health Hamburg, Prof.
Dr. Ulrich Hegerl, University Hospital Leipzig University Professor and Chairman of the Board of the Foundation German depression help, Dr. Michael Sanchez, Europe expert to health issues and Lars Reese, lawyer and senior project manager in the Kampmann, mountain & partner management consulting company. Check out New South Texas Natural Gas Play for additional information. The papers outline the topics of cost to society through burnout”, the put your questions to the speakers. The Rehawissenschaftliche Colloquium aimed primarily at managers and recruiters from companies, institutions and trade unions, doctors and psychologists as well as responsible for rehabilitation of pension insurance and health insurance.