Understanding Child Welfare Workers’ Unique Job Stressors and Coping Strategies

Understanding Child Welfare Workers’ Unique Job Stressors and Coping Strategies

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UNDERSTANDING CHILD WELFARE WORKERS’ UNIQUE WORK-RELATED STRESS & SUBSEQUENT COPING STRATEGIES

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Funder: College of Health & Human Services, Western Kentucky University

RESEARCH TEAM

  • Oliver W. J. Beer, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of Plymouth, School of Health Professionals.
  • Austin Griffiths, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Western Kentucky University, Department of Social Work.
  • Karla Shockley-McCarthy, MSW, Ph.D. Candidate, The Ohio State University, College of Social Work.
  • Lauren B. McInroy, Ph.D., MSW, Assistant Professor, The Ohio State University, College of Social Work.
  • Alecia Hatfield, Graduate Research Associate, Western Kentucky University, LifeSkills Center for Child Welfare Education and Research.

STUDY UPDATES

MAY(2022)
  • Manuscript #1 started.
  • Abstract #1 submitted to academic conference.
  • Participant interviews completed.
APRIL (2022)
  • Data analysis process started.
  • Participant interview started.
  • Online recruitment via social media platforms completed.
MARCH (2022)
  • Online recruitment via social media platforms initiated.
FEBRUARY (2022)
  • Quick Turn Around Grant (QTAG) Awarded by College of Health & Human Services, Western Kentucky University.