Compassion Fatigue

Ethics: Compassion Fatigue

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Compassion fatigue, also known as the cost of caring, is an occupational hazard in the helping professions.  It impacts individuals psychologically and physically and may have significant ethical implications.  However, tools are available for combating its impact.

Compassion fatigue, also known as the cost of caring, is an occupational hazard in the helping professions with between 60-90% of individuals showing symptoms.  It impacts individuals psychologically and physically and potentially may have a significant ethical implication in your sphere of practice.  You are at risk? This talk looks at creating awareness around the signs and symptoms of compassion fatigue, as well as tools to bring about balance, connection and emotional resilience within your own life.

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Reshma Dhaver
Posted 4 months ago

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Audrey Strydom
Posted 7 months ago
Awareness of compassion

Excellent presentation. So needed in the Healthcare profession

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Sue Craig
Posted 7 months ago
Excellent and So Relevant!

How wonderful to do an Ethics course which empowers and gives us as physiotherapists very useful and relevant life skills to improve our profession!

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Mieke Dreyer
Posted 8 months ago
Great course

Well presented and very relevant.

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Sonette Dreyer
Posted 8 months ago

Relevant and well presented.

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Martine Human
Posted 8 months ago

its relatable

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Georgina Els
Posted 8 months ago
A vital course for all healthcare workers

This course was surprisingly enjoyable. It helped me identify areas that I need to address within my own practice and provided tools to address these areas. I would recommend it to all healthcare practitioners at any stage of their career.

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