SYMPOSIA & seminars

Januari 2022

BAT symposia @ EAWOP

  • Psychometric characteristics and validity of the BAT

Psychometric properties of the Italian version of the Burnout Assessment Tool (BAT): Preliminary results (Chiara Consiglio, Greta Mazzetti & Wilmar Schaufeli)

The Burnout Assessment Tool in Ecuador and Brazil (Ana Claudia Souza Vazquez, Claudio Hurtz, Cecilia Alexandra Portalanza-Chavarria, Clarissa P. P. de Freitas & Andrea M. Vinueza Solórzano)

Treatment of absent employees diagnosed with burnout in the Netherlands: Predictive and concurrent validity of the burnout assessment tool (BAT) (Angelique de Rijk, Hans de Witte, Robin Kok & Wilmar Schaufeli)

Shortening of the Burnout Assessment Tool (BAT) using content and Rasch analysis. (Emina Hadžibajramović, Wilmar Schaufeli & Hans De Witte)

Romanian Short Version of the Burnout Assessment Tool: Psychometric Properties. (Bogdan Oprea & Dragoș Iliescu)

  • Longitudinal perspectives on burnout

​A test of longitudinal mediation effects of a tripartite work design model of learning demands, work-related resources, and job stressors on work engagement and psychosomatic complaints: The role of intrinsic motivation and burnout (Jürgen Glaser & Christian Seubert)

Is it boredom, burnout, work addiction, work engagement or job satisfaction that matters most to employee outcomes? A six-month follow-up study in the Finnish general working population (Jari J. Hakanen & Janne Kaltiainen)

Professional burnout during turbulent times: one-year follow-up study in four occupations (Beata A. Basinska, Ewa Gruszczynska, & Wilmar Schaufeli)

An online group positive psychosocial intervention during covid-19 and its effects on wellbeing and burnout (Marisa Salanova, Isabella Meneghel, Valeria Cruz & Margarita Tarragona)

September 2022

BAT REsearch seminar @ Leuven

  • Why not starting with the psychometric properties of the BAT? – Take 1 – single country studies

Romanian Short Version of the Burnout Assessment Tool: Psychometric Properties. (Bogdan Oprea & Dragoș Iliescu)

Construct validity of the Swedish version of the Burnout Assessment Tool. (Emina Hadžibajramović, Malin Hansson, Magnus Akerstrom, Anna Dencker, Gunnel Hensing & Emma Hagqvist)

Adapting the BAT into Hungarian – a Study with Teacher Sample (Eszter Nagy, Noemi Nagy & Ildikó Takács)

Psychometric properties of the shortened versions of the Burnout Assessment Tool: Classical Test and Item Response Theories. (Beata A. Basinska, Anna M. Dåderman, Ewa Gruszczynska, Hans De Witte & Wilmar Schaufeli)

  •  Why not continue with some psychometric properties of the BAT? – Take 2 – multiple samples and multiple country studies

Psychometric properties of the Icelandic version of the Burnout Assessment Tool. (Linda Bára Lýdsdottir, Auðun Valborgarson, Berglind Stefánsdóttir, Brynja Magnusdottir & Gudrun Rakel Eiriksdottir)

Validating the Burnout Assessment Tool in Russian samples. (Nikita Kolachev, Maina Miletich & Evgeny Osin)

Update your priors! A Bayesian structural equation modeling analysis to the Burnout Assessment Tool. (Jorge Sinval, Wilmar B. Schaufeli, Hans De Witte, Leon De Beer, Jakub Procházka, & Edgar C. Merkle)

Measurement invariance of BAT between Turkey, Brazil and Ecuador. (Ömer Erdem Koçak, Clarissa Pinto Pizarro de Freitas & Ana Claudia S. Vazquez)

  •  And now for something ‘completely different’: Burnout, coping, personality and power distance

Lazarus and Folkman (1984) stress theory in the case of higher education students. A longitudinal investigation using the Burnout Assessment Tool. (Bianca Popescu & Laurentiu Maricutoiu)

The impact of relationships in adolescence on job burnout in adulthood. (Jakub Prochazka, Ludmila Dudasova & Martin Vaculik)

Job crafting, work engagement and burnout: The moderating role of power distance. (Maina Miletich & Michael Bender)

  •   ‘Going clinical’: Clinical burnout and burnout versus depression

Treatment of absent employees diagnosed with burnout in the Netherlands: predictive and concurrent validity of the burnout assessment tool (BAT). (Angelique de Rijk, Leila Emami, Hans De Witte, Robin Kok & Wilmar Schaufeli)

Are international clinical cut-off scores for the BAT feasible? (Wilmar Schaufeli, Hans De Witte, Jari Hakanen & Janne Kaltiainen)

Preliminary findings on the construct relevant multidimensionality of burnout and a depression subscale across four countries and patient samples. (Leon T. de Beer, Jari Hakanen, Alexandre J.S. Morin, Wilmar B. Schaufeli, Hans De Witte, Jürgen Glaser, Christian Seubert & Janne Kaltiainen)

Can we distinguish burnout, depression, strain an adaptation problems based on questionnaires? Comparing the BAT and the Four-Dimensional Symptom Questionnaire (4DSQ). (Hans De Witte, Wilmar Schaufeli & Robin Kok)  

  •  Did the Covid-19 pandemic also ‘infect’ burnout levels?

Changes in burnout during COVID-19: the impact of age, gender, education, living alone, and telework in a Finnish five-wave population sample. (Janne Kaltiainen & Jari Hakanen)

Manager burnt-out risk in New Zealand: A five-wave study before, during, and after Covid-19 lockdowns. (Jarrod Haar)

Burnout in Norwegian employees with critical societal functions during the COVID-19 pandemic (Torhild Anita Sørengaard & Marit Christensen)

More burnout due to the Covid-19 pandemic? (Angelique de Rijk & Robin Kok)

  •  And back to More ‘something completely different’: Burnout, deviance, incivility and covid-19 again

To change or not to change: A study of the association between workplace change and burnout and work engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Shu Da, Silje Fossum Fladmark, Irina Wara, Marit Christensen & Siw Tone Innstrand)

Effects of customer incivility on burnout: A moderated mediation model. (Francisca Carvalho, Silvia Silva, Donatella Di Marco & Wilmar Schaufeli)

Committed and deviant: The moderating role of organizational commitment in the process linking job demands to workplace deviance through burnout. (Jasmina Tomas & Darja Maslić Seršić)