Sharon L. Crawford

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1. Job stress is a condition or event in the workplace that induces strain (a physical, psychological, or behavioral response to a stressor). The outcome of unrelieved job stress can be burnout. 2. Occupational health nurses can experience job stress in the areas of intrinsic job factors, organizational structures, reward systems, human resource systems,(More)
Early detection and appropriate disposition of non-adaptable military recruits has been a concern of the military for many years. In the 1950s and 1960s, various branches of the military conducted large studies searching for accurate, cost-effective ways to predict which recruits could and could not adapt to military training. In the 1970s, research in this(More)
Forty percent of a group of 25 military basic trainees discharged from training for mental health reasons admitted histories of childhood physical and/or sexual abuse. In a control group of 25 successful trainees, only 1 gave a history of abuse. Consistent with published studies of childhood abuse in psychiatric patient samples, women in our discharge group(More)
http://rsw.sagepub.com/content/17/2/229 The online version of this article can be found at: DOI: 10.1177/1049731506296826 2007 17: 229 Research on Social Work Practice Sanders II Samuel A. MacMaster, Jenny L. Jones, Randolph F. R. Rasch, Sharon L. Crawford, Stephanie Thompson and Edwin C. HIV in the Southern United States Evaluation of a Faith-Based(More)
With the shrinking funds for child welfare allocated primarily to investigation and foster care, prevention and treatment services for child maltreatment (CM) are increasingly nonexistent, inaccessible, or inappropriate. Prior research on helpseeking and service utilization has given scant attention to maltreating and at-risk families, who pose special(More)
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