Text and Data Mining valid from 2019-02-07
Received: 20 July 2018
Accepted: 30 January 2019
First Online: 7 February 2019
Compliance with ethical standards
: SB, MM, SZ and FJ declare no conflict of interests. HG and ER have given talks about ‘mental health and work’ in different companies, for which they were partly paid. ER, HG and MAR received funding for the study ‘Psychosomatic consultation in the workplace—a new model of care at the interface of company-supported mental health care and consultation-liaison psychosomatics’ in the young scientists programme run by the German network ‘Health Services Research Baden-Württemberg’ of the Ministry for Science, Research and Arts in collaboration with the Ministry for Work and Social Affairs, Family, Women, and Senior Citizens, Baden-Württemberg. MAR received funding for another study about ‘Psychosomatic consultation in the workplace’ from the Ministry for Work and Social Affairs, Family, Women, and Senior Citizens, Baden-Württemberg.
: The study was performed in accordance with the ethics committees of the University of Tübingen (no. 240/2014BO2) and in accordance with German law and the 1964 Helsinki declaration as amended or comparable ethical standards.