Journal Club

Special Issue: Promoting a Healthy & Resilient Child Abuse & Neglect Workforce

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Focus of this Training

 Acknowledge diverse range of professionals working in the CAN workforce  Acknowledge experiences of racism for First Nation child protection workers, other indigenous groups  Organizations can support individuals to promote resilience using evidence informed models such as the Organisational Resiliency Model (Kalergis & Anderson)  Very few workplace interventions exist for child welfare, none with rigorous evaluation studies (Molnar et al)  Lonne et al. and Russ et al. papers argue for structural change and system reforms; promote a public health approach to child protection to maintain a skilled and resilient workforce  Further research is needed to inform training, develop tools for measuring outcomes, rigorously evaluate efforts to increase/maintain strength in the workforce, collect better epidemiological data on scope

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Journal Club Date:

January 1, 2022

Region:

Global

Topics:

Special Issue: Promoting a Healthy & Resilient Child Abuse & Neglect Workforce Dr. Beth E. Molnar Northeastern University Boston, MA USA Dr. Jennifer Frase

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Learning Objectives:

Inspirations for Journal Articles
Research on Vicarious Trauma
Vicarious Trauma Toolkit Project

Authored By:

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Dr. Beth E. Molnar
Northeastern University
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Dr. Jennifer Fraser
University of Sydney