A Webinar presented by Life Perspectives
Compassion Fatigue Webinar $10 (1.5 CEUs) 10/25/2019
October 25 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm PDT / 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm EST
Hosted by Premala Jones, PhD, Life Perspectives’ Mental Health Director
Licensed clinicians in CA can earn 1.5 CEUs through CAMFT
Much of our focus as care providers is on making sure that those for whom we care experience compassion and empathy. While empathy impacts the receiver, it also impacts the giver. This 90 minute webinar will address the impact of empathy on those who care for others. It will also cover how to assess for – and deal with – burnout, compassion fatigue, and vicarious trauma.
Differentiate between burnout, compassion fatigue, and vicarious trauma
Assess for symptoms pertaining to burnout, compassion fatigue, and vicarious trauma
Identify reasons we do not always take care of ourselves
Identify coping skills to increase vicarious resilience
National Catholic Bioethics Center (NCBC) Two-day Seminars:
Catholic Healthcare Ethics:
A Tradition of Compassion and Care for the Human Person
These seminars are intended to benefit health care workers, clergy, those involved in research in the life sciences, members of ethics committees, and others who provide spiritual support and counsel to patients and their families. Those interested in understanding and advancing the Church’s moral tradition in health care will also find them accessible and informative.
The organizing framework for the curriculum is the application of The Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services to critical issues raised in medicine and the life sciences. The seminars are structured to equip participants with the awareness to present, analyze, and resolve complex bioethical dilemmas encountered in clinical education and research from an interdisciplinary perspective. Faculty for each seminar includes NCBC Staff Ethicists and other distinguished experts.
The objectives of the Seminar include the training of those engaged in health care ministry and other interested individuals to effectively represent the Church's moral teaching in their various institutions as it is summarized in The Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services. Upon completion of the program, students will be able to:
• Describe how the inherent dignity of the human person serves as the objective basis for the Church's moral tradition in health care.
• State the Church's moral teaching as expressed in The Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services to resolve complex dilemmas encountered in clinical education, practice and research.
• Identify some of the resources available to health care workers and others involved in the health care ministry which provide guidance for the resolution of bioethical issues.
Phoenix, AZ (January 10 & 11, 2020) — Diocese of Phoenix, 400 E. Monroe St.
Assisted Reproductive Technologies
Prenatal and Neonatal Complications
Stem Cell Research and Cloning
Ordinary and Extraordinary Means
Transgender and Gender Dysphoria
Determination of Death and Organ Transplantation
Issues of Cooperation between Catholic and Non-Catholic Institutions
Continuing Education Credit Opportunities:
This Continuing Nursing Education Activity has been approved by Thomas Jefferson University Hospital an approved provider of continuing nursing education (CNE) by the Pennsylvania State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. A maximum of 12.0 nursing contact hours will be awarded for this program. The participant must attend the entire program to be eligible for full contact hour credit.