PhD Student Rachel Imboden Published in the Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics

PhD Student Rachel Imboden has a new paper published in the Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics that explores the relationship between ethics stress and burnout among a sample of social workers from one mid-Atlantic state.

Ethics stress, or the stress associated with managing ethical challenges in practice, was found to be a unique predictor of burnout. Results support the theory that ethics stress may operate as a form of role stress and the implications for social work education and practice are discussed. More details can be found at https://jswve.org/download/2020-1/articles-17-1/Exploring-relationship-between-ethics-stress-and-burnout.pdf.

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