Moral Injury among Parents and Professionals involved in the Child Protection System (1.5 hr)

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Moral Injury among Parents and Professionals involved in the Child Protection System (1.5 hr) 2017-06-29T16:35:04+00:00

Project Description

Authors: Wendy Haight, PhD; Erin Sugrue, MSW, MPP, LICSW; Molly Calhoun, MSW; & James Black, MD, PhD
Published: May 2017

This series introduces viewers to the concept of moral injury, discuss the relevance of moral injury among parents involved in CPS, discusses the importance of retention of professionals in child welfare, and implications for policy and practice.

Module 1: Moral Injury among Parents involved in the Child Protection System

This module introduces viewers to the concept of moral injury, discuss the relevance of moral injury among parents involved in CPS, present findings from a recent research study focused on moral injury, and finally discuss the implications for policies and practices within child protective services.

Module 2: Moral Injury among Professionals involved in the Child Protection System

This module begins with a discussion of the importance of retention of professionals in child welfare, next the module will discuss the concept of moral injury and the relevance of moral injury among professionals in Child Protective Services. Additionally, this module will include an overview of a current research study and the implications for policy and practice.

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