Kompetensomsättning och konsekvenser inom tvångsvården

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Lunds universitet/Socialhögskolan

Sammanfattning: The aim of this study was to investigate the treatment assistants' views of how the quality of compulsory care is affected by staff turnover at the special youth homes run by The National Board of Institutional Care (Statens institutionsstyrelse) in Sweden. The study has a certain focus on examining what the profession's desirable skills look like and whether it is matched by what the employer offers new employees. Six treatment assistants were interviewed and a thematic analysis was used. The study shows that certain training initiatives that are given too long after employment has begun pose a threat to overall safety. Findings suggest that more risk is added when not all treatment assistants have access to the skills-enhancing initiatives provided. The study shows that staff turnover is perceived as risky when new staff is introduced. This can be described as an increased responsibility burden on colleagues as a result of new staff lacking Firm-Specific Human Capital such as risk awareness. The conclusion of the study is that staff turnover may entail increased risks for the safety and quality of the care and that further studies of human capital in compulsory care are desirable.

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