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COPSOQ International Network: Co-operation for research and assessment of psychosocial factors at work

Matthias Nübling
  • Dr. Matthias NüblingFreiburg research centre for occupational and social medicine – Freiburger Forschungsstelle Arbeits- und SozialmedizinBertoldstr. 27D-79098 Freiburg
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Published Online: 2015-01-09 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.phf.2013.12.019

Abstract

COPSOQ is a comprehensive questionnaire on psychosocial factors at work which is internationally widely used since approx. 10 years for risk assessments in organisations. The International COPSOQ-Network was established in 2009 by scientific and empirical users of the COPSOQ. Main aim is the international scientific exchange concerning the use of COPSOQ. A second goal lies in the coordination of research and further development of the questionnaire (content and measurement qualities), to facilitate international comparison studies. Further information: www.copsoq-network.org

Einleitung

COPSOQ ist ein inhaltlich umfassender Fragebogen zu psychosozialen Faktoren am Arbeitsplatz, der seit ca. zehn Jahren in vielen Ländern zur Gefährdungsbeurteilung eingesetzt wird. 2009 wurde das Internationale COPSOQ-Netzwerk gegründet; es besteht aus wissenschaftlichen und praxisorientierten Anwendern des COPSOQ. Ein Ziel ist der internationale wissenschaftliche und forschungspraktische Austausch von Anwendern des COPSOQ. Ein zweiter Fokus liegt auf der Koordination der Forschung und inhaltlichen wie psychometrischen Weiterentwicklung des Fragebogens, um durch eine koordinierte Strategie internationale Vergleichsstudien zu ermöglichen und zu forcieren. Informationen unter www.copsoq-network.org

Keywords: psychosocial work environment; risk assessment; COPSOQ; international network; harmonized development

Schlüsselwörter: Psychosoziale Faktoren; Gefährdungsbeurteilung; COPSOQ; Internationales Netwerk; koordinierte Entwicklung

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Citation Information: Public Health Forum, Volume 22, Issue 1, Pages 18–19, ISSN (Online) 1876-4851, ISSN (Print) 0944-5587, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.phf.2013.12.019.

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