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Creating a social work link to the burn community: a research team goes to burn camp.

著者 Williams NR , Reeves PM , Cox ER , Call SB
Soc Work Health Care.2004 ; 38(3):81-103.
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Social work faculty and graduate students conducted focus groups with 52 burn-injured adolescents from three burn camps to explore perceptions of their camp experience. Three themes emerged from data analysis that suggest burn camps play an important role in participants' lives. Camp is a place where burn-injured adolescents: (1) feel "normal" and accepted; (2) acquire insight in regard to self and meaning in life; and (3) gain confidence, increase self-esteem, and develop empathy. This project highlights how the use of qualitative research methods with grassroots organizations such as burn camps can serve as a link to greater social work involvement with this community.
PMID: 15149913 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
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