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Design of Digital Workplace Stress-Reduction Intervention Systems: Effects of Intervention Type and Timing

Esther Howe, Jina Suh, Mehrab Bin Morshed, Daniel McDuff, Kael Rowan, Javier Hernandez, Marah Ihab Abdin, Gonzalo Ramos, Tracy Tran, Mary P Czerwinski
2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
To inform the design of a workplace stress-reduction intervention system, we conducted a four-week longitudinal study with 86 participants, examining the effects of intervention type and timing on usage  ...  We compared three intervention types and two delivery timing conditions: Pre-scheduled (PS) by users and Just-in-time (JIT) prompted by the system-identified user stress-levels.  ...  Our aim was to understand the impact of digital micro-intervention delivery timing and content on usage patterns and stress reduction throughout the workday to inform the design of effective and engaging  ... 
doi:10.1145/3491102.3502027 fatcat:7i7reuyvw5dfnp2kt63weghy2q

Association of working conditions including digital technology use and systemic inflammation among employees: study protocol for a systematic review

Helena C. Kaltenegger, Linda Becker, Nicolas Rohleder, Dennis Nowak, Matthias Weigl
2020 Systematic Reviews  
Methods We designed and registered a study protocol for a systematic review of randomized controlled trials and prospective non-randomized studies (e.g., cohort, interrupted time series, or before-after  ...  Background With the dynamic advancement of digitalization, working environments are changing and risk for employee stress may be increasing.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the Bavarian research association ForDigitHealth, in particular the agency and all members for their support and knowledge contributing to  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13643-020-01463-x pmid:32988415 pmcid:PMC7523305 fatcat:mrrc2pdvyjgydepzbp2irpxw7a

Whole-system approaches to improving the health and wellbeing of healthcare workers: A systematic review

Sarah L. Brand, Jo Thompson Coon, Lora E. Fleming, Lauren Carroll, Alison Bethel, Katrina Wyatt, Jacobus P. van Wouwe
2017 PLoS ONE  
Incorporation of more of the recommendations did not appear to be related to effectiveness. The heterogeneity of study designs, populations and outcomes excluded a meta-analysis.  ...  creating sustainable and effective health and wellbeing interventions [16] .  ...  Acknowledgments Funding provided in part to the European Centre for Environment and Human Health (part of the University of Exeter Medical School) by the European Regional Development  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0188418 pmid:29200422 pmcid:PMC5714334 fatcat:qjv3otjfi5gh5puj7ayd22lasq

Systems Supporting Occupational Health Behavior Change: A Systematic Literature Review

Markku Kekkonen, Harri Oinas-Kukkonen, Piiastiina Tikka
2018 International Conference on Persuasive Technology  
Persuasive software feature examples were identified from the included studies with the help of Persuasive Systems Design Model.  ...  Lack of descriptions of the actual intervention features and implementations, lack of results, and coercive (rather than persuasive) elements led to the exclusion of several studies from the analysis.  ...  This research has been funded by the Strategic Research Council at the Academy of Finland, contract no. 303430 (Finnish Institute of Occupational Health), contract no. 303431 (University of Oulu, OASIS  ... 
dblp:conf/persuasive/KekkonenOT18 fatcat:lg5rpkvthnf4vl2hwlnucopn5q

Associations of working conditions and chronic low-grade inflammation among employees: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Helena C Kaltenegger, Linda Becker, Nicolas Rohleder, Dennis Nowak, Matthias Weigl
2021 Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health  
We classified studies (by design, type of exposure/intervention, outcome) and performed rigorous risk-of-bias assessments. Studies were summarized qualitatively, and a meta-analysis was conducted.  ...  For interventional designs, we differentiated between individual-directed/behavioral (including physical and mental) and organization-directed/structural interventions.  ...  Mette Korhøj Larsen and Dr. Marc Snell for providing additional data. More-  ... 
doi:10.5271/sjweh.3982 pmid:34523689 pmcid:PMC9058622 fatcat:qp3wf3oztfcffkcze4gxjfansu

Design Blueprint for Stress-Sensitive Adaptive Enterprise Systems

Marc T. P. Adam, Henner Gimpel, Alexander Maedche, René Riedl
2016 Business & Information Systems Engineering  
Various design interventions on the individual, technological, and organizational levels promise to directly affect stressors or moderate the impact of stressors on important negative effects (e.g., health  ...  A major characteristic of SSAESes is that biosignals (e.g., heart rate or skin conductance) are integrated as real-time stress measures, with the goal that systems automatically adapt to the users' stress  ...  A psychologist working in research on occupational health summarized the point as follows: ''Today, the assessment of workplace stress is periodic and very time consuming.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12599-016-0451-3 fatcat:e2alokgcuzdndjdryyp23orixu

The Economics of Ergonomics [chapter]

2017 Production Ergonomics: Designing Work Systems to Support Optimal Human Performance  
Connection to other topics in this book: • Using digital human modeling (Chapter 9) and model representations of the workplace to gain worker input and acceptance for changes (Chapter 6, section 6.5) are  ...  Production losses Production losses frequently occur as a result of poorly designed workplaces and absenteeism.  ... 
doi:10.5334/bbe.k fatcat:w3be3zk735a4dbkr2uomgzflti

The positive effects of a peer-led intervention system for individuals with a risk of metabolic syndrome

Aree Sanee, Ratana Somrongthong, Samlee Plianbangchang
2017 Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare  
The authors thank Mrs Marina Moore, College of Public Health Sciences, Chulalongkorn University. Disclosure The authors report no conflicts of interest in this work.  ...  Acknowledgments This study was supported by the 90th Anniversary of Chulalongkorn University Scholarship under the Ratchadaphisek Somphot Fund, Chulalongkorn University (Grant no GCU-GR1125594023D).  ...  The manuscript management system is completely online and includes a very quick and fair peer-review system.  ... 
doi:10.2147/jmdh.s142272 pmid:28860796 pmcid:PMC5565256 fatcat:3hs4hzdqirfthb2plr7mbctcky

Walks4work: Rationale and study design to investigate walking at lunchtime in the workplace setting

Daniel K Brown, Jo L Barton, Jules Pretty, Valerie F Gladwell
2012 BMC Public Health  
If effective, this study will highlight the contribution that natural environments can make in the reduction of modifiable cardiovascular disease risk factors within the workplace.  ...  Following recruitment of a private sector company, an 8 week lunchtime walking intervention was implemented to examine the effect of the intervention on modifiable cardiovascular disease risk factors,  ...  Are the changes modified by the type of walking environment? Secondary research questions included: 1. What are the effects of walking at lunch time on other markers of health and stress levels? 2.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2458-12-550 pmid:22830646 pmcid:PMC3490792 fatcat:qoyjcc3gqje7ha52vhqinyqx6m

A Meta-synthesis on the Effects of Combining Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback and Positive Emotion on Workplace Performance

Hilda Barrett, Nash Popovic
2015 International Journal of Social Science Studies  
The effects of these workplace self-regulation interventions are physiological, psychological and organisational.  ...  This study is a meta-synthesis of research to-date, using a systematic review methodology, on self-regulation interventions in the workplace that are based on a combination of HRV bio-feedback and the  ...  This now makes this type of intervention more affordable in business settings and all the more attractive to a generation of digital natives.  ... 
doi:10.11114/ijsss.v3i5.964 fatcat:bbci2ju3xvc5jb26icrfgg3jki

Mitigating Technostress: An Empirical Study of Mindfulness and Techno-Stressors

Katharina Pflügner, Christian Maier
2019 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
Therefore, we study the effect of mindfulness on techno-stressors by relying on the theoretical model of mindfulness by Shapiro and colleagues.  ...  The study contributes that mindfulness is a powerful resource in technologized work environments for the effective and healthy dealing with technologies as well as the mitigation of techno-stressors and  ...  Most commonly cited, mindfulness practice reduces stress across different mindfulness interventions, stress levels, and job types (Chu 2010; Lomas et al. 2017) .  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/PflugnerM19 fatcat:x64fihqvxbeapfsqglgpw4u2ta

Blended Online Intervention to Reduce Digital Transformation Stress by Enhancing Employees' Resources in COVID-19

Ewa Makowska-Tłomak, Sylwia Bedyńska, Kinga Skorupska, Julia Paluch
2022 Frontiers in Psychology  
Our results revealed that the designed blended intervention decreased DTS and one of the dimensions of burnout, namely disengagement.  ...  In a longitudinal study, we examined the change in DTS, perceived stress at work, attitudes toward DT, self-efficacy and burnout in two time points, before and after the intervention.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We are grateful to Aneta Brzezicka, Roman Cieślak, Radoslaw Nielek, and Wladyslaw Kopeć for their support, readiness for consultations, and advice in work on this research.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2022.732301 pmid:35391985 pmcid:PMC8982670 fatcat:ncxttxxxabdtdchlgrocqkgjw4

A Psychological Framework For The Design Of System Interventions That Increase Resilience

Peter Mörtl, Marlene Schafler, Alexander Stocker
2017 Zenodo  
In this paper we address this issue by identifying an integrative psychological framework to guide the design of technological and non-technological interventions for increased system resilience.  ...  We present this framework to solicit feedback and to subsequently apply it to the design of resilient systems in advanced manufacturing and automated driving.  ...  For example, production systems can mitigate the effects of machine disruptions by designing redundant and flexible functionalities [19] .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.830280 fatcat:bl5ogsnrwjbo3peep64cf37bjy

Non-addictive Information Systems

Simon Kloker
2020 Information Systems Frontiers  
The 4-NAIS allows locating how information technology interacts with the reinforcement cycle of addictions and provides a deeper understanding of where interventions and design decisions may really help  ...  Nevertheless, the omnipresence of information technology in our daily lives and its unpredictable effects on our moods require this problem to be addressed in a profound manner.  ...  Ferdous et al. (2015) try to predict the current stress level at the workplace based on smartphone and app usage patterns.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10796-020-10011-w fatcat:wgdz2bqsm5c7pdw5d4qlct4mde

Health Promotion for Outpatient Careworkers in Germany

Natascha Mojtahedzadeh, Monika Bernburg, Elisabeth Rohwer, Albert Nienhaus, David A. Groneberg, Volker Harth, Stefanie Mache
2022 Healthcare  
The most frequently named barriers were a lack of time after work and interventions that were only offered in their leisure time.  ...  Workplace health promotion (WHP) becomes relevant in this context, as it can reduce negative strain reactions and promote employees' health.  ...  The funder had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript, or in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/healthcare10061148 pmid:35742199 pmcid:PMC9223166 fatcat:5zbt4f6gevh45ejyorcp7ygk2q
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