Session: Child Welfare Workforce Well-Being (Society for Social Work and Research 26th Annual Conference - Social Work Science for Racial, Social, and Political Justice)

347 Child Welfare Workforce Well-Being

Sunday, January 16, 2022: 11:30 AM-1:00 PM
Independence BR H, ML 4 (Marriott Marquis Washington, DC)
Cluster: Child Welfare
* noted as presenting author
(Converted as ePoster, See Poster Gallery) Countering the Impact of Workplace Discrimination Among Child Welfare Caseworkers: The Role of Social Supports
Amy He, PhD, University of Denver; In Young Park, MSW, University of Denver; Shauna Rienks, PhD, University of Denver
Role Stress Among Child Welfare Social Workers in Pennsylvania
Nicole Ukaegbu, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania; FangHsun Wei, Ph D, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
(Converted as ePoster, See Poster Gallery) Secondary Traumatic Stress and Burnout Among Child Welfare Workers in China: The Roles of Social Support and Resilience
Yanfeng Xu, PhD, University of South Carolina; Ning He, MSW, New York University; Wei Lu, PhD, Xiamen University
(Converted as ePoster, See Poster Gallery) Investigating the Relationship between Child Welfare Professionalsâ₀™ Well-Being and Application of Casework Skills in Practice
Shelby Clark, Phd, MSW, University of Kansas; Becci Akin, PhD, University of Kansas; Kaela Byers, PhD, University of Kansas; Kelechi Wright, MEd, University of Kansas; Stacy Dunkerley, PhD, San Diego State University; Vickie Burgess McArthur, LCMFT, University of Kansas
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