Session: Addressing Frontline Child Welfare Turnover (Society for Social Work and Research 27th Annual Conference - Social Work Science and Complex Problems: Battling Inequities + Building Solutions)

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290 Addressing Frontline Child Welfare Turnover

Sunday, January 15, 2023: 8:00 AM-9:30 AM
Valley of the Sun E, 2nd Level (Sheraton Phoenix Downtown)
Cluster: Child Welfare
Dina Wilke, PhD, Florida State University
* noted as presenting author
Who Exits When? a Survival Analysis of Departures from Frontline Child Welfare Work
Melissa Radey, PhD, Florida State University; Dina Wilke, PhD, Florida State University; Karen Randolph, PhD, Florida State University; Ying Zhang, PhD, Florida State University
Timing, Destinations, and Determinants of Early Turnover Among Frontline Child Welfare Workers
Melissa Radey, PhD, Florida State University; Dina Wilke, PhD, Florida State University
A Path Model to Examine Turnover, Job Satisfaction, and Authentic Behaviors Among Child Welfare Workers
Rain Lee, PhD, Yeshiva University; Yoon Mi Kim, PhD, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania; Sojin Kim, PhD, JoongBu University; George Kovarie, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania; Andrea Maxi, MSW, Yeshiva University
Improving Retention in Child Welfare: Comparing Factors for Supervisors and Caseworkers
Qi Zhou, MSW, State University of New York at Buffalo; Annette Semanchin Jones, PhD, University at Buffalo
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