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Dr. Rebecca Brauchli

Dr. Rebecca Brauchli

Dr. Rebecca Brauchli

ZHAW President's Office
Research and Development Unit
Gertrudstrasse 15
8401 Winterthur

+41 (0) 58 934 44 62
rebecca.brauchli2@zhaw.ch

Personal profile

Position at the ZHAW

Coordinator Innovation Program DIZH

www.zhaw.ch/digital

Educational background

MSc in Psychology (Statistics), Psychopathology, and Criminology, University of Zurich
PhD in Work and Organizational Sciences, ETH Zurich

Professional milestones

Research projects in the field of Occupational Health Psychology at the Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Prevention Institute at the University of Zurich / Establishment of the Center of Salutogenesis at UZH / Founding the spin-off of the University of Zurich Corporate Health Solutions GmbH - nnline solution for health-oriented team development (wecoach)

Publications before appointment at the ZHAW

Zeitschriftenbeiträge

Lehmann AI, Bauer G F, Brauchli R (2022) Intervention effects for direct and indirect participants in an organisational health intervention: A mixed-methods study.
Work & Stress

Pijpker R, Kerksieck P, Tušl M, De Bloom J, Brauchli R, Bauer, G F (2022) The Role of Off-Job Crafting in Burnout Prevention during COVID-19 Crisis: A Longitudinal Study
Int. J. of Env. Research and Public Health, 19(4), 2146

Brauchli R, Kerksieck P, Tušl M, Bauer G F (2022) Staying healthy during COVID-19 crisis: well-being and salutogenic crafting among German and Swiss working population.
Health Promotion Int.

Tušl M, Brauchli R, Kerksieck P, Bauer G F (2021) Impact of the COVID-19 crisis on work and private life, mental well-being and self-rated health in German and Swiss employees: a cross-sectional online survey.
BMC Public Health, 21(1), 1-15.

Rettke H, Lehmann A I, Brauchli R, Bauer G F, Petry H & Spirig R (2020) Capturing interprofessional collaboration between physicians and nurses in an acute care setting. A validation study of the revised German version of the Collaborative Practice Scales
J. Interprof. Care 34: 211-217

Lehmann A, Brauchli R, Bauer G F (2019) Goal pursuit in organizational health interventions: The role of team climate, outcome expectancy, and implementation intentions
Frontiers in Psychology

Jenny G J, Bauer G F, Füllemann D, Broetje S, Brauchli R (2019) «Resources-Demands Ratio»: Translating the JD-R-Model for company stakeholders.
J. Occup. Health 62

Kerksiek P, Bauer G F, Brauchli R (2019) Personal and Social Resources at Work: Reciprocal Relations between Crafting for Social Job Resources, Social Support at Work and Psychological Capital.
Frontiers in Psychology

Lehmann A I, Brauchli R, Jenny G J, Füllemann D, Bauer G F (2018) Baseline Psychosocial and Affective Context Characteristics Predict Outcome Expectancy as a Process Appraisal of an Organizational Health Intervention.
Int. J. Stress. Manag. 27: 1-11

Wepfer A G, Allen T D, Brauchli R, Jenny G J, Bauer G F (2018) Work-Life Boundaries and Well-Being: Does Work-to-Life Integration Impair Well-Being through Lack of Recovery?
J. Bus. Psychol. 33: 727-740

Brauchli R, Peeters M C, van Steenbergen E F, Wehner T, Hämmig O (2017) The Work–Home Interface: Linking Work‐Related Wellbeing and Volunteer Work.
J. Community Appl. Soc .Psychol. 27: 50-64

Füllemann D, Fridrich A, Jenny G J, Brauchli R, Inauen A, Bauer G F (2016). The relevance of intervention participants’ process appraisal for change in well-being and lean work processes of entire teams
Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance 3: 376-394

Vogt K, Hakanen J J, Brauchli R, Jenny G J, Bauer G F (2016) The consequences of job crafting: a three-wave study.
Eur. J. Work Organ. Psychol. 25: 353-362

Füllemann D, Brauchli R, Jenny G J, Bauer G F (2016) Individual and group-level job resources and their relationships with individual work engagement.
J. Occup. Health 62

Ramos R, Güntert S, Brauchli R, Bauer G F, Wehner T, Hämmig, O (2016) Exploring the interaction between volunteering status, paid job characteristics and quality of volunteers’ motivation on mental health.
VOLUNTAS 27: 790-809.

Wepfer A G, Brauchli R, Jenny G J, Hämmig O, Bauer G F (2015) The experience of work-life balance across family-life stages in Switzerland: a cross-sectional questionnaire-based study.
BMC Public Health 15: 1290

Füllemann D, Jenny G J, Brauchli R, Bauer G F (2015) The key role of shared participation in changing occupational self‐efficacy through stress management courses.
J. Occup. Organ. Psychol. 88: 490-510

Jenny G J, Brauchli R, Inauen A, Füllemann D, Fridrich A, Bauer G F (2014) Process and outcome evaluation of an organizational-level stress management intervention in Switzerland.
Health Promot. Int. 30: 573-585

Ramos R, Brauchli R, Bauer G F, Wehner T, Hämmig O (2015) Busy yet socially engaged: volunteering, work–life balance, and health in the working population.
J. Occup. Environ. Med. 57: 164-172

Brauchli R, Jenny G J, Füllemann D, Bauer G F (2015) Towards a job demands-resources health model: Empirical testing with generalizable indicators of job demands, job resources, and comprehensive health outcomes
BioMed Res. Int.

Brauchli R, Bauer G F, Hämmig O (2014) Job Autonomy Buffers the Impact of Work–Life Conflict on Organizational Outcomes
Swiss J. Psychol. 73:77-86

Brauchli R, Schaufeli W B, Jenny G J, Füllemann D, Bauer G F (2013) Disentangling stability and change in job resources, job demands, and employee well-being—A three-wave study on the Job-Demands Resources model
J. Vocat. Behav. 83: 117-129

Brauchli R, Hämmig O, Güntert S, Bauer G F, Wehner T (2012) Vereinbarkeit von Erwerbsarbeit und Privatleben: Freiwilligkeit als psychosoziale Ressource?
Zeitschrift für Arbeits-und Organisationspsychologie 56: 24-36

Hämmig O, Brauchli R, Bauer G F (2012) Effort-reward and work-life imbalance, general stress and burnout among employees of a large public hospital in Switzerland.
Swiss Med. Wkly. 142, w13577

Brauchli R, Bauer G F, Hämmig O (2011)
Relationship between time-based work-life conflict and burnout.
Swiss J. Psychol. 73:77-86


Buchbeiträge

Jenny G J, Bauer G F, Vinje H F, Brauchli R, Vogt, K, Torp S (2022) Applying Salutogenesis in the Workplace. In The Handbook of Salutogenesis (pp. 321-336). Springer, Cham.

Bauer G F, Brauchli R (2017) Arbeit und Gesundheit bei flexiblen Anstellungsverhältnissen. In: Flexible Workforce - fit für die Herausforderungen der modernen Arbeitswelt? Strategien, Modelle, Best Practice. Zölch M., Oertig M., Calabrò (Hrsg.), S. 172-189, Haupt Verlag: Bern

Brauchli R, Wehner T (2015) Verbessert Freiwilligenarbeit die »Work-Life-Balance«? In: Psychologie der Freiwilligenarbeit. Wehner T., Güntert S. (Hrsg.), S. 169-180, Springer: Berlin

Bauer G F, Hämmig O, Jenny G J, Brauchli R (2014) Gesundheit in Kontext von Organisation und Gesellschaft. In: Grenzgänge der Arbeitsforschung: Eine Festschrift für Theo Wehner. Clases C., Dick M., Manser T., Vollmer A. (Hrsg.), S. 221-233, Pabst Science Publishers: Lengerich

Jiranek P, Brauchli R, Wehner T (2014) Beyond paid work: Voluntary work and its salutogenic implications for society. In: Bridging occupational, organizational and public health. Bauer G. G., Hämmig O. (eds.), pp. 209-229, Springer: Dordrecht.

Jenny G J, Brauchli R, Deplazes S (2012) Arbeit und Gesundheit – eine systemisch-ressourcenorientierte Perspektive. In: Positive Psychologie in der Praxis. Steinebach C., Jungo, D., Zihlmann, R. (Hrsg.), S. 162-169, Beltz: Weinheim

Sonstige Publikationen

Jenny G J, Brauchli R (2018) Allgemeine Zusammenhänge zwischen Arbeit und Gesundheit. Grundlagen, Modelle und Wirkmechanismen. In: Betriebliches Gesundheitsmanagement: Grundlagen und Trends, Blum-Rüegg, A. (Hrsg.), S. 25-41, Gesundheitsförderung Schweiz: Bern und Lausanne

Bauer G F, Jenny G J, Brauchli R (2017) Neues Zentrum für Salutogenese an der Universität Zürich-über den Ursprung positiver Gesundheit.
Der Mensch: Zeitschrift für, Salutogenese und anthropologische Medizin 55: 67-68

Bauer G F, Jenny G J, Füllemann D, Brauchli R (2014) Advancing the Salutogenic Model: Lessons Learned From Research on Salutogenic Working Conditions.
European Health Psychologist 16: 386

Jenny G J, Inauen A, Brauchli R, Füllemann D, Müller F, Bauer G F (2011) Projekt SWiNG – Schlussbericht der Evaluation, Gesundheitsförderung Schweiz: Bern und Lausanne