Ian W. Listopad

Ian W. Listopad
Universität Witten/Herdecke · Integrative Health Care and Health Promotion

Dr. rer. medic. | Business Administration (M.Sc.) | Psychology (M.Sc.)

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Introduction
Ian W. Listopad studied business management (M.Sc.) and psychology (M.Sc.) in Germany, Switzerland and Indonesia and is qualified in project mgmt. (PMI; FFM), change mgmt. and Design Thinking (LUMA; Pittsburgh). Since 2016 he has been working as Sr. Consultant. His clients are international companies from the healthcare and chemical industries. In 2020 he started working as a clinical psychologist and as a lecturer at a university. He's doing research on burnout

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Publications (8)
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Background: Burnout is a widespread, multifactorial, and mainly psychological phenomenon. The pathogenesis of burnout is commonly described within the bio-psycho-social model of health and disease. Recent literature suggests that the phenomenon of burnout may be broader so that the three dimensions might not reflect the multifaceted and complex nat...
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Apart from biological, psychological, and socio-environmental factors, initial studies show that spirituality and work culture are also associated with stress management. Therefore, the commonly applied bio-psycho-social model of health and disease may not be sufficient to comprehensively explain and describe the widespread and multifactorial pheno...
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Apart from biological, psychological, and social factors, recent studies indicate that spirituality and work culture also play an important role in the onset of burnout. Hence, the commonly applied bio-psycho-social model of health and disease might not be sufficient to comprehensively explain and describe burnout. This study empirically investigat...
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Multitasking, Druck, Hetze, der ganz normale Wahnsinn – die Digitalisierung hat unterschiedliche Auswirkungen auf Menschen und Unternehmen. Ebenso sind Stresserkrankungen, zu denen auch das Burnout-Syndrom gezählt werden kann, ein Volksleiden geworden. Ständige Erreichbarkeit, Veränderungsdruck, Informationsüberflutung und Arbeitsunterbrechungen si...
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Das Burnout-Syndrom, welches in das ICD-11 der WHO als Diagnose aufgenommen wurde, wird zukünftig auf (chronischen) Stress auf der Arbeit zurückgeführt und somit als Stressphänomen externalisiert, obgleich diverse andere Einflussfaktoren auf die Gesundheits- und Krankheitsentstehung diskutiert werden. Neben biologischen, psychologischen und soziale...
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Warum scheitern mehr als die Hälfte aller Krankenhausfusionen in der heutigen Wirtschaft? Die Gründe hierfür liegen u. a. darin, dass neben harten Faktoren viele weiche, interpersonelle Faktoren nicht ausreichend berücksichtigt werden. Außerdem werden branchenspezifische Gegebenheiten sowie ein professionelles Change-Management-Konzept im Gesundhei...

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As part of a scientific study (doctoral project) at the Institute for Integrative Health Care and Health Promotion at the Witten/Herdecke University, we investigate factors that can influence well-being in the work context. The aim of the survey is to gain a better understanding of the conditions that can, for instance, cause exhaustion and thereby have a negative impact on the health of employees. Link to survey (English): https://limesurvey.uni-wh.de/index.php/784887?lang=en Link to survey (German): https://limesurvey.uni-wh.de/index.php/784887?lang=de