Child welfare workforce health: Exploring stress, burnout, depression, and sleep during COVID 19. Child Welfare
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Researchers identified high levels of perceived stress (PSS), burnout (OLBI), depression (PHQ-9), and a poor quality of sleep (B-PSQI) in a sample of frontline child welfare workers during COVID-19. Findings revealed significant relation- ships between perceived stress, burnout, and depression and lower levels of perceived stress levels for workers in rural (vs. urban) areas. Results from this study add to the grow- ing body of literature on child welfare workforce health.
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