Wednesday, April 20, 2016

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Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) Students' Experience of Compassion Satisfaction, Secondary Traumatic Stress, and Burnout During Field Placement: A Pilot Study to Examine the Impact of Experiential Learning

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Abstract

Little is known about the risk factors, prevalence, or educational impact of indirect trauma in BSW student populations. This pilot study explores the prevalence of two types of indirect trauma (secondary traumatic stress and burnout) as well as compassion satisfaction in a sample of BSW students entering and completing their field placements.

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Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) Students' Experience of Compassion Satisfaction, Secondary Traumatic Stress, and Burnout During Field Placement: A Pilot Study to Examine the Impact of Experiential Learning

Benner Fishbowl

Little is known about the risk factors, prevalence, or educational impact of indirect trauma in BSW student populations. This pilot study explores the prevalence of two types of indirect trauma (secondary traumatic stress and burnout) as well as compassion satisfaction in a sample of BSW students entering and completing their field placements.