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The stress of working as an early childhood educator can manifest as increased job turnover and burnout, leading to reduced teaching efficacy. Resilience training can increase wellbeing and decrease stress. This study assessed burnout, resilience, and organizational constraints at Burlington Children’s Space (BCS), a childcare education non-profit.
Molly Moore MD
University of Vermont
Burlington Children's Space
Early and Middle Childhood, Educational and Community-Based Programs, Environmental Health, Health-Related Quality of Life & Well-Being, Mental Health and Mental Disorders, Preparedness, Social Determinants of Health
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Boyer, Megan; Clark, Sarah; Hall, Emma; Keefe, Malla; Martel, Elena; Tabet, Michael; Wali, Mohammad; Adams-Kollitz, Sarah; and Moore, Molly, "Assessing Burnout in Early Childhood Educators" (2020). Public Health Projects, 2008-present. 295.