In this year 2022, the challenge we are launching focuses on the digital transformation of workers’ job security to help prevent Burnout Syndrome, through the use of a software application, which is why the challenge receives the acronym C4Dx – in OHS.
The Burnout (“burnout syndrome”) is probably one of the occupational psychopathologies to which, from the point of view of occupational risk prevention.
It is still necessary to pay its deserved attention.
Although there are several controversies from a theoretical point of view regarding its definition and evaluation, we cannot ignore its presence and repercussions at both the individual and organizational level. As an example, let us highlight a paradoxical fact in Burnout situations, the people who are initially more committed and interested in their work are precisely those who are most at risk.
Students from Universities in the Community of Madrid, who want to propose a creative idea for digital transformation in the area of occupational health and safety to help mitigate Burnout Syndrome.
Nominations will be evaluated from two perspectives. The prize will be awarded to the best evaluated application as a whole.
A prize of 600 euros will be awarded to the best creative idea in digital transformation to mitigate Burnout syndrome.
The payment of the prizes will be managed by Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and its payment will be made by bank transfer. The amount of the aforementioned prize will be subject to personal income tax in accordance with current regulations.
The deadline for submitting applications is: 27 May 2022.
The list of admitted and excluded applications will be published on 03 June 2022.
The award will be notified to the winner on 09 June, 2022.
We are happy to answer any questions or help with any doubts that participants may have. Do not hesitate to contact.