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Mental Health Surveillance Tools for Sea Workers
1 Maritime University of Szczecin, Szczecin, Poland
2 Satakunta University of Applied Sciences, Pori, Finland
3 Spinaker d. o.o., Portoroz, Slovenia
4 Technical University of Catalonia, Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain
5 IDEC SA, Piraeus, Greece
6 Centre for Factories of the Future Ltd, Coventry, United Kingdom
ABSTRACT: This article presents the results of the works of the PROMETHEAS project, which focuses on the mental health of sea workers. This project is carried out at the Maritime University of Szczecin and brings together a consortium of various maritime institutions from Slovenia, Greece, Spain, Finland and Great Britain. PROMETHEAS aims to provide tools for assessing the mental health of sea workers that can be used by professionals and stakeholders alike. The most important ones will include an application for mobile systems (Android, iOS) and an online and offline e-learning course.
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Citation note:
Dramski M., Koivisto H., Gregorič T., de Melo Rodriguez G., Chronopoulos A., Ziarati R.: Mental Health Surveillance Tools for Sea Workers. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 16, No. 1, doi:10.12716/1001.16.01.13, pp. 121-124, 2022
Authors in other databases:
Heikki Koivisto: Scopus icon57201350276
Tomaž Gregorič: Scopus icon57451740400
German de Melo Rodriguez: Scopus icon55649310700
Aris Chronopoulos: Scopus icon57451887100
Reza Ziarati: Scopus icon6506542451

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