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Masters ThesisCain, JulieThe project gathered the perspectives of current licensed foster parents in Del Norte County in regards to factors effecting recruitment, retention and support of foster parents by both social workers and in the community. Telephonic interviews were c . . .
Masters ThesisSecondary trauma, worker safety, and staff retention in frontier child welfare: focus group and agency recommendationsBradford, Nicole HaysSocial workers in child welfare often are exposed to children and families dealing with complex and traumatic issues at points of crisis. Child welfare workers regularly are exposed to clients experiencing trauma due to a variety of issues, including . . .
Masters ThesisHasan, ShadeedDirect Support Professionals (DSPs) are people who work directly with people who have developmental disabilities with the aim of assisting the individual to become integrated into his/her community or the least restrictive environment. A DSP is a pers . . .
ProjectRoberts, SarahThe purpose of this systematic review was to explore the empirical literature conducted on factors that influence worker retention of public child welfare child protective service workers. This systematic review analyzed the content of 19 empirically . . .