For those of you who are not familiar with, would like to prevent, or have personally experienced compassion fatigue, this webinar is for you!
Compassion fatigue is a label affixed to the concept of personal vicarious exposure to trauma on a regular basis -- and nowhere is this truer than in the day-to-day life of an oncology nurse. Although nurses who work with cancer patients may have learned how to effectively deal with pain and suffering, repeated exposure can put even the most experienced oncology nurse at risk for negative emotional and physical outcomes.
How to distinguish compassion fatigue from burnout
How to recognize associated signs, symptoms, and risk factors
Interventions and techniques that can be implemented in the workplace
Take a look at the video below and let us know your thoughts on compassion fatigue and how this webinar may help prevent oncology professionals from experiencing such psychological trauma in the future.
How to Break Into Oncology Nursing Julianna Paradisi, RN, OCN, 4/1/2015 21 One of the most enjoyable aspects of my recent job transition is meeting new colleagues. Not only are they a great group of nurses, but also for the opportunity to exchange information.