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For graduate medical education trainees, as well as contemporary practitioners, developing skills in recognizing compassion fatigue and practising self-care is vital to professional sustainability. The field of palliative medicine is no exception. In our fellowship programme, we use John Stone’s poem, ‘Talking to the Family,’ to engage trainees in a professional development workshop on personal experiences and strategies for self-care.
Stone J. ‘Talking to the family.’ In The smell of matches. Louisiana State University Press, 1972.
- Palliative medicine fellows attend to compassion fatigue using John Stone’s ‘Talking to the Family’
- Bohn Stafleu van Loghum