Utilizing the Psychological Stressor-Strain theory, this study assessed the associations between everyday workplace discrimination, racial/ethnic identities, and psychological well-being among public child welfare case workers.
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This document summarizes a study that used survey and administrative data from 485 Oregon Department of Human Services caseworkers to investigate how family or child case severity and job resources impact workers’ decisions to stay in the field.
This 1-pager defines and explains active efforts according to the 2016 Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) final rule. Information includes examples of how active efforts are different from reasonable/passive efforts and how public child welfare programs can ensure active efforts are followed.
This 1-pager provides a summary of the research on how individuals with social work degrees perform in child welfare.
This document describes a holistic child welfare worker well-being framework, identifies the three key dimensions that make up worker well-being and how leaders within child welfare organizations can strategically and comprehensively support these dimensions.
This document summarizes a ten-year retrospective study of a child welfare stipend program involving four university social work programs in partnership with the Colorado Department of Human Services. The study included 245 stipend graduates and examined the program’s influence on their organizational commitment, professional identity, and intent to stay in the field.
This document examines results from a study exploring the experiences of 13 Indigenous child protection practitioners in Queensland, Australia, working in the statutory child protection system and focuses on participants’ experiences of racism as a potential source of traumatic stress.
This document lists the key takeaways identified by participants in the NCWWI Discussion Series event, Building a Resilient Workforce to Address Trauma and Enhance Well-being: Understanding Moral Distress
This document summarizes a study of mindfulness training sessions for parents which showed how integrating mindfulness interventions that target stress and coping can improve family functioning.
This document summarizes a study that explored factors related to teaming to see if they buffered the negative consequences of abusive supervision.