Resilience and Stress in COVID-19 Times Study (ReST): A survey to longitudinally assess psychological wellbeing of employees of the University of Bremen and further institutions during the COVID-19 pandemic
The ReST study is a joined project of the University of Bremen (group of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy) and the Leibniz-Institute for Prevention Research and Epidemiology - BIPS. The study aims to assess the mental well-being of employees of the University of Bremen during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic impact families’ lives across Europe. Previous research suggests elevated levels of psychological distress during such a crises. This is why we aim to longitudinally assess the well-being and mental health of employees of the University of Bremen and their family during the COVID-19 pandemic. We planned to repeatedly assess individual and child mental health (total of 4 measurement points) in order to assess potential adjustment processes in the flow of the pandemic.
As part of open science, the study protocol is openly accessible here
- File name: Study_Protocol_ReST.pdfLast update: 29.03.2021
A second wave including three additional assessments in 2021 is currently in preparation.
For the University of Bremen:
Dr. Inga Frantz, Prof. Dr. Nina Heinrichs, Dr. Anne Möllmann
Zusammenfassung_Ergebnisse_REST_final_BIPS_UB.pdfFile name: Zusammenfassung_Ergebnisse_REST_final_BIPS_UB.pdfLast update: 08.04.2021