Michael Douglas will be presenting on the topic of Compassion Fatigue. The aim of this training is to support staff working in the challenging context of the opioid overdose public health emergency. Michael has worked for approximately 45 years in various roles within the Human Service Field. He runs full day training sessions on the topic of Compassion Fatigue that have been well received in our region.

The presentation will occur on February 15 at 1:00 -2:30pm.  This event will be live streamed via video conference from the new lecture theatre in the Clinical Services Building at Royal Inland Hospital.   If you want to connect to the video conference from your centre, please email your site Name, Room Number and Alias by February 9, 2017.    Space has also been booked at the Kelowna Community Health Services Centre where you are welcome to join us:

Room 254, Community Health Services Centre

505 Doyle Avenue

Kelowna.   V1Y O5C

More details available on the attached poster. Please let us know if you have any questions.

Corinne Dolman

Practice Lead, Overdose Strategy – Mental Health & Substance Use 

Integration and Strategic Services

250.718.3282 (cell)

Jacqueline MacKinnon

Regional Harm Reduction Coordinator

Mental Health & Substance Use

250.851.6112 (cell)

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