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GOLD Midwifery Online Conference 2022 Keynote Presentation

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Welcome to GOLD Midwifery Online Conference 2022! We are thrilled to have you join us for our Keynote Presentation, "Burnout, Secondary Trauma, and Moral Injury in Perinatal Care Providers" by Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, PhD, IBCLC, FAPA. This presentation caps off the live presentation component of our conference, however, the fun does not stop here! All presentations will now be available as recordings and can be viewed at your convenience. Only registered participants will be able to claim continuing education hours and can do so by logging into the Delegates Area prior to watching the presentation. If you'd like to earn credits and viewing our other presentations, please register here.

This complimentary viewing of the recording of this presentation will be open to the public until March 15. Registered conference participants will have until April 30 to view it via the Delegates Area, and GOLD Annual Members have until May 21. A Certificate of Attendance will be available below for attendees of the this Keynote presentation after it has taken place.

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Kathleen Kendall-Tackett PhD, IBCLC, FAPA
Presentation: Burnout, Secondary Trauma, and Moral Injury in Perinatal Care Providers
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Abstract: Working in perinatal care can be deeply rewarding. It can also lead to job-related burnout, secondary traumatic stress, and moral injury. Secondary traumatic stress (compassion fatigue), or moral injury, can occur when witnessing traumatic events in the workplace. This can occur when witnessing infant death or traumatic births, or when there is too much work, or work that doesn't seem to make a difference, and little institutional support. Unfortunately, this is remarkably common among caregivers for perinatal women. Burnout, compassion fatigue, and moral injury can lead to physical and mental health sequelae for care providers and have a negative effect on the care they provider. Self-care is essential for being able to provide care to others. In this presentation, participants will learn about the causes and consequences of burnout, compassion fatigue, and moral injury. Fortunately, there is hope for recovery. Participants will learn some specific strategies for integrating self-care into their care for others.


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