Abstract: Compassion Fatigue: Why paramedics say “I used to care, but I don’t any more”? | 20 December 2013

What Will We Be Discussing?

Compassion Fatigue: Why paramedics say “I used to care, but I don’t any more”?

When medics stop caring, bad things happen. Alan Craig discusses this growing issue, and considers how EMS culture may actually cause this problem. How can we spot people likely to become so dissatisfied, and how should we change to head this off.

Who Will Be Speaking?

Alan M. Craig, Vice President – Clinical Strategies, American Medical Response – Alan joined the staff of American Medical Response in 2012 to work nationally to help develop innovative care programs for AMR and its parent company, Envision Healthcare. Alan came to AMR after nearly 35 years’ service in emergency services at the City of Toronto, including the last 13 years as Deputy Chief of Toronto Emergency Medical Services. As an ALS paramedic for more than 25 years, he holds a deep appreciation of the needs of patients, particularly society’s most vulnerable.

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