Compassion is a critical part of delivering high quality care. Compassion satisfaction is the feeling of pride and well-being we get from caring for others. It is also normal, however, for frontline workers to experience compassion fatigue, burnout, and secondary trauma. This workshop explains the causes and consequences of these phenomena, discusses coping strategies, and includes a self-assessment of professional quality of life. This session is also available on January 5. Please register for whichever day best fits your schedule. For more information click here.