Responding to Compassion Fatigue from Palliative Caring Across Settings
Wednesday, February 19, 2014
4:00-6:00 pm CST
Registration Deadline: 12 pm Friday, February 14, 2014
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Much of the care for older adults can be considered palliative in nature. Much of the care is based on therapeutic relationships that exist between the older adult and the clinician and sometimes includes family members. Quality of life and pain management are important goals of the care. This is palliative caring. Palliative caring for older adults can be intense and clinically satisfying but may be emotionally draining, even distressing. This is compassion fatigue. Palliative care clinicians are at high risk for compassion fatigue. Recognition of and constructive response to compassion fatigue can improve the clinician's ability to continue with and enhance the work of palliative care. Through this revealing discussion of palliative caring and compassion fatigue clinicians will learn how to recognize and manage compassion fatigue in themselves and others in the care environment.
- Meagan Dwyer, PhD,
Clinical Assistant Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, KUMC
- Kansas City, KS, Landon Center on Aging, KUMC, 3599 Rainbow Boulevard, Room 200
- Atchison, KS, Dooley Center, 801 S 8th St.
- Coffeyville, KS, Windsor Place, 2921 W. 1st
- Colby, KS, Citizens Medical Center, 100 E. College Dr.
- Concordia, KS, Sunset Home, 620 Second Ave
- Dodge City, KS, Dodge City Community College, Library: LRC Room 114 , 2501 N. 14th Ave.
- Emporia, KS, Emporia Presbyterian Manor, Chapel, 2300 Industrial Rd.
- Great Bend, KS, St. Rose Ambulatory & Surgery Center, St. Dominic Classroom, 3515 Broadway
- Hays, KS, Hays Area Health Education Center, 205 E. 7th St., Suite 130
- Hiawatha, KS, Hiawatha Community Hospital, Conference Room, 300 Utah
- Hutchinson, KS, Hutchinson Regional Medical Center, Cardiovascular Conference Rooms (main level), 1701 E. 23rd
- Junction City, KS, Geary Community Hospital , 1102 Saint Marys Road
- Lawrence, KS, Pioneer Ridge Retirement Community, 4851 Harvard
- Manhattan, KS, Meadowlark Hills, 2121 Meadowlark Road
- McPherson, KS, The Cedars, Conference Center, 1021 Cedars Dr.
- Pittsburg, KS, KU AHEC - East, Shirk Hall, 1501 S Joplin, 4th Floor
- Pratt, KS, Pratt Regional Medical Center, Jud Stanion Meeting Room, 200 Commodore
- Quinter, KS, Gove County Medical Center, Conference Room, 520 W 5th St. , PO Box 129
- Sabetha, KS, Sabetha Community Hospital, Hospital Board Room, 14th and Oregon
- Sedan, KS, Sedan City Hospital, Room 110 or Conf. Room, 300 North Street
- Sterling, KS, Sterling Presbyterian Manor, Chapel, 204 W. Washington
- Topeka, KS, Brewster Place, Brewster Health Care Classroom, 1001 SW 29th
- WaKeeney, KS, Trego County Lemke Memorial Hospital, Hamilton Room, 320 N 13th St
- Wichita, KS, Kansas Masonic Home, 401 S. Seneca
- Winfield, KS, Kansas Veterans' Home, MacArthur Room or Computer Lab, 1220 World War II Memorial Drive
Other sites may be added at the request of host facilities
Web-Based via Adobe Connect
- This is offered synchronously only - we do not currently offer streamed recordings of programs.
Registration fee: $25 per person
CE Contact Hours: 2 for CME, CNE, ACHA Resident, Social Work, and Certificate of Attendance
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Support: This program is supported by funds from the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Health Resources and Services Administration, under grant number D62HP06621, Comprehensive Geriatric Education Program, for $270,000. The information or content and conclusions presented in this program are those of the presenters and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by the U.S. Government, DHHS, BHPR or the DN.
This program is also supported by funds from the Bureau of Health Professions (BHPr), Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) under grant number UB4HP19192, Geriatric Education Centers, for $420,320. The information or content and conclusions are those of the presenters and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by the BHPr, HRSA, DHHS or the U.S. Government.
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