Understanding Child Welfare Workers’ Unique Job Stressors and Coping Strategies
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Understanding Child Welfare Workers’ Unique Job Stressors and Coping Strategies

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College of Health & Human Services, Western Kentucky University
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Project: Understanding Child Welfare Workers’ Unique Job Stressors and Coping Strategies
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Funder: College of Health & Human Services, Western Kentucky University
 
Research Team:
  • Oliver W. J. Beer, MSc, Ph.D. candidate, The Ohio State University, Western Kentucky University, The University of Plymouth
  • Austin Griffiths, Ph.D., Western Kentucky University
  • Alecia Hatfield, Graduate Research Associate, Western Kentucky University
 
Project Updates:
  • March 8: Institutional Review Board material prepared
    • Study protocol
    • Social media recruitment ad
    • Semi-structured interview guide
    • Informed consent
  • February 15: Quick Turn Around Grant (QTAG) Awarded by College of Health & Human Services, Western Kentucky University.