Society for Social Work and Research

Sixteenth Annual Conference Research That Makes A Difference: Advancing Practice and Shaping Public Policy
11-15 January 2012 I Grand Hyatt Washington I Washington, DC

186 Vicarious Stress, Worker Safety, and Turnover in Child Welfare

Sunday, January 15, 2012: 8:45 AM-10:30 AM
Independence B (Grand Hyatt Washington)
Cluster: Organizations and Management
Hanae Kanno, PhD, Valdosta State University
* noted as presenting author
The Relationship Between Vicarious Traumatization and Retention Among Child Welfare Professionals
Jennifer Middleton, PhD, LCSW, University of Maine; Cathryn C. Potter, University of Denver; Inna Altschul, PhD, University of Denver
Public Child Welfare Workers' Safety Experiences: Impact On Job Withdrawal Using Mixed-Methods Approaches
HaeJung Kim, MSW, University of Maryland at Baltimore; Karen M. Hopkins, PhD, University of Maryland
Risk and Protective Factors of Secondary Traumatic Stress for Social Workers
Hanae Kanno, PhD, Valdosta State University; Carol Tosone, PhD, New York University; Gary F. Koeske, PhD, University of Pittsburgh; Christina E. Newhill, PhD, University of Pittsburgh
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