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IMPRESS Stress Assessment Tool Prototype

According to the activities of the project the Stress Assessment Tool Prototype has been launched. This tool is a web application allowing to asses potential stress factors in an organization with the possibility to define and consolidate anti-stress measures.

You can find the prototype in the following link

Stress Assessment Tool Prototype

IMPRESS project awarded with accessit prize in the 8ª Edición de los Premios Mutualia (Spain)

14th November 2018. In the context of the 8ª Edición de los Premios Mutualia (Spain), IMPRESS project was presented and awarded with accessit prize in the field of Innovative projects.

Mr. Jokin Garatea in representation of the project picked up the prize.









Impress project at the Munich Science Days

On November 10th 2018, Prof. Erika Spieß was invited as speaker at the 18th“Münchner Wissenschaftstage” (Munich Science Days) which is a four day event with different events and offers for a broad target audience ranging from children to adults who are interested in science. This year’s main topic was “Working environments – Ideas for a better future” and Prof. Spieß was talking about digitalization as poison and also introduced the IMPRESS project as well as first results of our Stress Assessment Prototype Survey. There was a high interest in the topic and the discussion that followed the talk of Prof. Spieß was very vivid and stimulating.

Vortrag Wissenschaftstage_Spiess,Reif,Pfaffinger









Impress project in research gate


Impress project can be found in research gate page.

Research gate web 

IMPRESS survey: First Results

The IMPRESS project collected data on stress at work from employees of four different European countries (Ireland, Latvia, Germany, and Spain). The total dataset comprised 856 responses, in detail 33,4 % from Latvia, 29,1% from Spain, 24,6% from Germany, and 12,9 % from Ireland with a mean age of the participants of 42,19 years. The mean age of the participants was highest in Ireland followed by Latvia, Spain, and Germany. In Latvia, Spain and Germany, the majority of participants was female whereas the majority in Ireland was male.

Further analysis of the results are foreseen in the future.

For more information please contact: Rita Berger:




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