Taylor & Francis Online :: Burnout and Death Anxiety in Hospice Social Workers – Journal of Social Work in End-Of-Life & Palliative Care – Volume 10, Issue 3

Three key themes emerged from the qualitative data: (a) personal interest in hospice social work developed through a variety of ways; (b) although death anxiety decreased from exposure and understanding of the death process, there was increased death anxiety surrounding working with certain patients; and (c) burnout was primarily related to workload or difficult cases.

via Taylor & Francis Online :: Burnout and Death Anxiety in Hospice Social Workers – Journal of Social Work in End-Of-Life & Palliative Care – Volume 10, Issue 3.

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