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Schwartz Center Rounds: " Compassionate Fatigue: Chronicity in the Acute Care Setting"

(Meetings and Lectures)

February 1
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Gazes Auditorium - room 125
http://www.theschwartzcenter.org/programs/rounds.html
2013-01-30
Ramita Bonadonna, PhD, RN 792-6657 bonadonr@musc.edu

Message:

Panelists for the February 1 Schwartz Center Rounds include Keri Holmes-Maybank; Christine Pelic MD; Antine Stenbit; Victoria Whalen; Elizabeth Ball discussing "Compassionate Fatique: Chronicity in the Acute Care Setting." Lunch provided for the first 75 attendees who turn in evaluations.

- Schwartz Rounds are a multidisciplinary forum where caregivers discuss difficult emotional and social issues that arise in caring for patients.
- Schwartz Rounds are very different from clinical or ethics rounds.
- Rounds were piloted at Mass General Hospital in Boston in 1997 and have been held monthly there since. Currently, the Rounds are held at nearly 300 healthcare facilities in 37 states.
- We hope you will find the Rounds a safe, comfortable forum where you can learn from and support each other.

The Mission of the Kenneth B. Schwartz Center
- is to promote compassionate health care and strengthen the relationship between patients and caregivers, and
- is focused on fostering relationships
"that provide hope to the patient, support to caregivers and sustenance to the healing process."

Please come and bring a colleague!

171 Ashley Avenue · Charleston SC 29425 · (843) 792-2300