Experienced Residential Support Workers required to take part in a research study investigating the relationship between challenging behaviour of service users with intellectual disability and burnout in residential care staff.
Monday, January 21, 2019
Are you a residential support worker for individuals with intellectual/learning disabilities? Do you have a minimum six months experience working in this area? Would you be willing to complete a 20 minute online survey about your experiences over the last six months for research looking into how the frequency and intensity of challenging behaviour experienced affects burnout experienced by residential support workers?
Charlene Dela Cruz, a 3rd year Psychology Student at Staffordshire University is conducting a study looking into how the frequency and intensity of challenging behaviour experienced affects burnout experienced by residential support workers.
Charlene is looking for experienced residential support workers for individuals with intellectual/learning disabilities to take part in an online survey which will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.
Participants will be required to complete two questionnaires: one investigating the frequency and intensity of challenging behaviour they have experienced in the past six months, the other measuring burnout.
The information obtained will be treated with the strictest confidence throughout the study and the data will be stored safely in a secure location to which only the researcher has access.
To find out more information about this study and to complete the survey please click here: http://staffordshire.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_43cqQuFKexNdCWp