Date of Award
Master of Social Work
School of Social Work
First Reader/Committee Chair
The study was designed to explore associations between burnout and self-care practices among child welfare social workers and how they were impacted during the Coronavirus pandemic. The researchers completed a qualitative study with research participants by completing interviews via Zoom. All research participants composed of current and former child welfare social workers. Through the data gathered, the researchers found that there were no associations between burnout and self-care practices during the pandemic. It was concluded that burnout has remained consistent regardless of self-care practices prior and during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Carranza, Stephanie and Castillo, Claudia, "SELF CARE AND BURNOUT AMONG CHILD WELFARE WORKERS DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC" (2022). Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations. 1325.