Self-Efficacy and Job Satisfaction as predictors of Burnout among School Psychologist

  • 03/21/2022 3:51 PM
    Message # 12675347


    Dear Invitee,


    My name is Elizabeth Mc Knight-Romney, and I am pursuing a PhD in School Psychology at Andrews University in Michigan. I am kindly requesting your participation in a research study that I am conducting on Self-Efficacy and Job Satisfaction as Predictors of Burnout Among School Psychologists in Midwestern USA.  The survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

    Participation in this research is completely voluntary, and you may withdraw at any time. Since the study is completely anonymous, you will not be required to provide your name or any other identifying information. However, if you wish to be included in the random draw for one (1) of two (2) $50 Amazon gift cards, your email address will be required upon completion of the survey. Your email address will only be used to contact you if you win a gift card.

    If you would like to participate in the study please click the survey link below, and read the informed consent. Your participation will greatly benefit school psychologists in mitigating the harmful effects of burnout.

    This study is also designed to provide school districts, university training programs, state and national organizations and other stakeholders with valuable information on the current levels of burnout of school psychologists in Midwestern, USA.  It will add to the growing consensus of knowledge regarding burnout and self-efficacy as well as job satisfaction of school psychologists.

    Thank you for your time and participation.




    Yours Respectfully,

    Elizabeth McKnight- Romney

    517 775 7737







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