Compassion fatigue webinar presented by LifeNet Health

September 10, 2020

Register by clicking here. Join us on Tuesday, Sept. 29 from 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. for a Building Resilience by Addressing Self-Care/Compassion Fatigue webinar presented by Washington Hospital Services Industry Partner LifeNet Health.

Building Resilience by Addressing Self-Care/Compassion Fatigue is a skill-building program offered by LifeNet Health dedicated to providing healthcare professionals with the ability to identify the symptoms of compassion fatigue and strategies to overcome burnout. Participants will learn how to set boundaries and goals to break the compassion fatigue cycle.

LifeNet Health works with hundreds of hospital professionals each year to address the challenges of compassion fatigue. Not only does compassion fatigue affect the workplace environment by decreasing productivity and increasing turnover, it also affects overall job satisfaction as well as emotional and physical health.

Program Objectives:

  • Gain a theoretical understanding of the history and causes of compassion fatigue and burnout in order to identify personal risk factors & symptoms, as well as their personal and professional impact.
  • Be able to discern healthy vs. unhealthy caregiving.
  • Identify the challenges of thwarting compassion fatigue and the strengths that enable the individual to minimize burnout.
  • Identify methods to incorporate learnable skills, a self-care plan, prevention, and interventional strategies to enhance resilience and healthy change.

Register by clicking here. Continuing education credit will be available. For successful connection to the program, we encourages attendees to use Google Chrome when logging in for the webinar. Please check your system to make sure Webex is a supported program to participate virtually.

About the presenter:
Heidi Schaiberger is a donor relations account manager at LifeNet Health, responsible for overseeing hospital and non-hospital partnerships in South Puget Sound and Western Washington. Prior to working with LifeNet Health, Schaiberger worked in blood banking and organ and tissue donation for more than seven years facilitating events, community outreach and development. Schaiberger is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and serves on the Programs Committee.

The Washington Hospital Services Industry Partner program connects hospitals with companies to create efficiencies, lower costs and deliver exceptional health care. For more information about LifeNet Health  or the WHS Industry Partner Program, contact Cynthia Hay at or call (206) 216-2526.


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