What Causes Stress in Social Work?

What Causes Stress in Social Work?

What Causes Stress in Social Work?

 
Researchers Oliver Beer and Professor Sheena Asthana of Plymouth University, UK, decided to investigate. They surveyed 427 social workers in England, UK, and here is a brief look at what they discovered.
 

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In the face of concern over high caseloads, cuts to services, stress and burnout, researchers Oliver Beer and Professor Sheena Asthana of Plymouth University decided to investigate the health and wellbeing of practitioners in England. Here they share their findings