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

Wands up! Internet-mediated social advocacy organizations and youth-oriented connective action

Wands up! Internet-mediated social advocacy organizations and youth-oriented connective action

New manuscript published in New Media & Society

Community Award (2020)

Community Award (2020)

The Ohio State University, College of Social Work

Exploring stress, coping, and health outcomes among social workers

Exploring stress, coping, and health outcomes among social workers

New publication in the European Journal of Social Workers

PhD Student Oliver Beer, First Author of Mindfulness Research

PhD Student Oliver Beer, First Author of Mindfulness Research

Student and Alumni Spotlight | The Ohio State University, College of Social Work

In the Media: National Children’s Alliance

In the Media: National Children’s Alliance

Identifying compassion satisfaction, burnout, & traumatic stress in children’s advocacy centers

Identifying compassion satisfaction, burnout, & traumatic stress in children’s advocacy centers

Recovery Orientated Systems of Care (ROSC) in Ohio: Statewide Assessment Results

Recovery Orientated Systems of Care (ROSC) in Ohio: Statewide Assessment Results

Prepared by Dr. Alicia Bunger and Oliver Beer, The Ohio State University, College of Social Work

Community Award (2018)

Community Award (2018)

The Ohio State University, College of Social Work

Predictors of and Responses to Stress Among Social Workers: A National Survey

Predictors of and Responses to Stress Among Social Workers: A National Survey

MSc Dissertation | Oliver W. Beer | The University of Plymouth

How stress impacts social workers – and how they’re trying to cope

How stress impacts social workers – and how they’re trying to cope

Oliver Beer and Professor Sheena Asthana believe employers have a duty of care to their staff but are too often falling short

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