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  • Compassion Fatigue
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    Compassion Fatigue as a Threat to Ethical Practice

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    By: Lachman, V.D. 2016
    From: Medsbrug Nursing. 25(4), 275-278.
    HPCSA awards 3 Ethics Points

    This article on Compassion Fatigue outlines the difference between compassion fatigue and burnout, discussing signs and symptoms of compassion fatigue with an academic and theoretical background.

  • Father Figures: The Importance of Positive Male Role Models
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    Father Figures: The Importance of Positive Male Role Models

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    Speaker: Hennie Vorster

    In this informative talk, we examine the difficulties that may arise from a lack of positive male role models for children, while exploring practical tools to assist parents and educators as they seek to foster positive male role models in their children’s lives.

  • Grit
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    Grit

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    In this talk, Alison Scott takes the viewer on a journey of grit – where it comes from, how it develops, and what we as professionals and parents can do to instil this essential value into our children’s lives

  • Paired Reading with Parents
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    Paired Reading with Parents

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    This is a short course for parents on how to do paired reading with your child at home.

  • Raising a Secure Child
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    Raising a Secure Child

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    Speaker: Tammy Copeland

    In this presentation, Tammy explores some of the parenting literature with a focus on the significance of the attachment relationship, the development of self-esteem and building independence.

  • When Teachers are Bullied
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    When Teachers are Bullied

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    Speaker: Mrs Alison Scott

    This workshop attempts to define bullying, consider strategies for assertiveness and explore ways to have tough conversations that resolve issues in the interest of good relationships around the child.

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