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Salutogenic organizations and change

The concepts behind organizational health intervention research

Bauer, Georg F., Jenny, Gregor J. (Eds.)

2013, VII, 350 p. 32 illus.

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  • Brings together the mental models of health intervention researchers in organizations Provides insights into current approaches to intervention research in the field Shows future directions and developments for health-oriented change in organizations  ​
New and current approaches to organizational health intervention research are the main focus of this comprehensive volume. Each chapter elaborates on the respective intervention researcher’s concept of a healthy organization, his/her approach to changing organizations, and how to research these interventions in organizations. As a common ground, the book consistently relates to the notion of salutogenesis, focusing on resources and positive outcomes of health-oriented organizational change processes. Out of the virtual dialogue between the chapters, common themes and potential trends for the future are identified.​

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Organizational health intervention research - Salutogenesis - health interventions in organizations - health, well-being and productivity - health-oriented organizational change processes - healthy organization

Related subjects » Health Psychology & Behavioral Medicine - Personality & Social Psychology

Table of contents 

1 From fidelity to figuration: Current and emerging approaches to organizational health intervention research: Georg F. Bauer, Gregor J. Jenny.- Part I: Concepts of organizational health.- 2 Psychosocial interventions and salutogenic organizations: systematic review evidence of theory, context, implementation and outcome: Matt Egan.- 3 Organizational Health Intervention Research in Medical Settings: Anthony Montgomery, Karolina Doulougeri, Katerina Georganta, Efharis Panagopoulou.- 4 Qualitative, sense of coherence-based assessment of working conditions in a psychiatric in-patient to guide salutogenic interventions: Orly Idan, Orna Braun-Lewensohn, Shifra Sagy.- Part II: Organizational concepts guiding theory-driven interventions.- 5 Salutogenesis in the workplace: building GRRs and SOC: Lenneke Vaandrager, Maria Koelen.- 6 Interventions to Promote Healthy & Resilient Organizations (HERO) from Positive Psychology: Susana Llorens, Marisa Salanova, Pedro Torrente, Hedy Acosta.- 7 Alignment for achieving a healthy organization: Ulrica von Thiele Schwarz, Henna Hasson.- 8 A multi-level and participatory model for prevention of work-related stress in knowledge work: Christine Ipsen, Vibeke Andersen.- 9 In how far is the Health Promoting Hospital a salutogenic hospital, and how can it be developed? Jürgen M. Pelikan, Christina Dietscher, Hermann Schmied.- 10 The limits of control: A systemic, model-based approach to changing organisations towards better health: Gregor J. Jenny, Georg F. Bauer.- Part III: Concepts of organizational health interventions and change.- 11 Policy level interventions for organizational health: Development and evolution of the UK Management Standards: Colin Mackay, David Palferman.- 12 An Automated and Systematic Web-based Intervention for Stress Management and Organizational Health Promotion: Dan Hasson, Karin Villaume.- 13 The nature of change in organizational health interventions: Some observations and propositions: Maria Karanika-Murray, Caroline Biron.- 14 Process Monitoring in Intervention Research: A ‘Dashboard’ with Six Dimensions: Raymond Randal.- Part IV: Intervention and change concepts guiding theory-driven interventions.- 15 Integrated safety management as a starting point for changing the working environment: Louise Møller Pedersen, Kent Nielsen.-16 Building healthy organizations through music and culture interventions: Vibeke Milch, Jonas Rennemo Vaag, Fay Giæver, Per Øystein Saksvik.- 17 An Integrated Health Protection/Promotion Program Supporting Participatory Ergonomics and Salutogenic Approaches in the Design of Workplace Interventions: Robert A. Henning, David W. Reeves, The CPH-NEW Research Team.- 18 Participatory intervention from an organizational perspective: Employees as active agents in creating a healthy work environment: Karina Nielsen, Maria Stage, Johan Simonsen Abildgaard, Charlotte V. Brauer.

Part III: Concepts of organizational health interventions and change.- 11 Policy level interventions for organizational health: Development and evolution of the UK Management Standards: Colin Mackay, David Palferman.- 12 An Automated and Systematic Web-based Intervention for Stress Management and Organizational Health Promotion: Dan Hasson, Karin Villaume.- 13 The nature of change in organizational health interventions: Some observations and propositions: Maria Karanika-Murray, Caroline Biron.- 14 Process Monitoring in Intervention Research: A ‘Dashboard’ with Six Dimensions: Raymond Randal.- Part IV: Intervention and change concepts guiding theory-driven interventions.- 15 Integrated safety management as a starting point for changing the working environment: Louise Møller Pedersen, Kent Nielsen.-16 Building healthy organizations through music and culture interventions: Vibeke Milch, Jonas Rennemo Vaag, Fay Giæver, Per Øystein Saksvik.- 17 An Integrated Health Protection/Promotion Program Supporting Participatory Ergonomics and Salutogenic Approaches in the Design of Workplace Interventions: Robert A. Henning, David W. Reeves, The CPH-NEW Research Team.- 18 Participatory intervention from an organizational perspective: Employees as active agents in creating a healthy work environment: Karina Nielsen, Maria Stage, Johan Simonsen Abildgaard, Charlotte V. Brauer.

Part III: Concepts of organizational health interventions and change.- 11 Policy level interventions for organizational health: Development and evolution of the UK Management Standards: Colin Mackay, David Palferman.- 12 An Automated and Systematic Web-based Intervention for Stress Management and Organizational Health Promotion: Dan Hasson, Karin Villaume.- 13 The nature of change in organizational health interventions: Some observations and propositions: Maria Karanika-Murray, Caroline Biron.- 14 Process Monitoring in Intervention Research: A ‘Dashboard’ with Six Dimensions: Raymond Randal.- Part IV: Intervention and change concepts guiding theory-driven interventions.- 15 Integrated safety management as a starting point for changing the working environment: Louise Møller Pedersen, Kent Nielsen.-16 Building healthy organizations through music and culture interventions: Vibeke Milch, Jonas Rennemo Vaag, Fay Giæver, Per Øystein Saksvik.- 17 An Integrated Health Protection/Promotion Program Supporting Participatory Ergonomics and Salutogenic Approaches in the Design of Workplace Interventions: Robert A. Henning, David W. Reeves, The CPH-NEW Research Team.- 18 Participatory intervention from an organizational perspective: Employees as active agents in creating a healthy work environment: Karina Nielsen, Maria Stage, Johan Simonsen Abildgaard, Charlotte V. Brauer.

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