OWJ Beer Research

Interested in work-related stress prevention & reduction, coping behaviors, and health outcomes among social workers. Affiliations: The Ohio State University | The University of Plymouth | Western Kentucky University

Featured Project

Featured Project

Ph.D. Dissertation: 'The Sequel to the Prequel: A Novel and Cautious Approach to Curating Mindful Child Welfare Workers and Addressing the Stress Phenomenon within England’s Child Protection System'

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Appointed: Research Affiliate at WKU

Appointed: Research Affiliate at WKU

Western Kentucky University, The Center for Child Welfare and Research

Online fandom communities as networked counterpublics: LGBTQ+ youths’ perceptions of representation and community climate

Online fandom communities as networked counterpublics: LGBTQ+ youths’ perceptions of representation and community climate

New publication in Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies

New Video Series for Students: The Ohio State University, College of Social Work

New Video Series for Students: The Ohio State University, College of Social Work

'Preparation for Academic and Professional Success: How to Succeed at The Ohio State University, College of Social Work'

Grant Received Supporting Research

Grant Received Supporting Research

$1,000

OSHLA Award Recipient

OSHLA Award Recipient

Recipient of the OSHLA (2021) Award of Appreciation

OWJ Beer Research Sponsors Jake Embery, Margate FC

OWJ Beer Research Sponsors Jake Embery, Margate FC

Suicidal ideations and Attempts Within the Family Context: The Role of Parent Support, Bonding, and Peer Experiences with Suicidal Behaviors

Suicidal ideations and Attempts Within the Family Context: The Role of Parent Support, Bonding, and Peer Experiences with Suicidal Behaviors

Appointed: University Research Fellow

Appointed: University Research Fellow

Oliver. W. J. Beer has been appointed as an Honorary University Research Fellow. Oliver will continue his work with Professor Sheena Asthana, working in the Faculty of Health, at The University of Plymouth (England, United Kingdom)