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PODCASTS

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VIDEOS

Check out our videos and recorded webinars featuring the TEND team.

ARTICLES

Learn more about topics related to empathic strain, secondary trauma and burnout on our blog featuring articles by Françoise Mathieu and our TEND associates.


In the News


Crosier, S. (2019, September 18). Training prevailed during dramatic attack in downtown Kingston. The Whig Standard. https://www.thewhig.com

Casey, L. (2019, April 22). Witnesses say they are still struggling nearly 1 year since the deadly Toronto van attack. The Canadian Press. https://globalnews.ca/

Things you didn’t learn in Law School: Dealing with Vicarious Trauma and Other Issues. (2019, March 5). The Canadian Bar Association. https://www.cba.org/


Publications


Fisher, P. (2016). Resilience, balance & meaning: Supporting our lives and our work in high stress,
trauma-exposed workplaces. Victoria, BC: Fisher & Associates Solutions Inc.

Fisher, P. (2015). Building resilient teams: Facilitating workplace wellness & organizational health in
trauma-exposed environments. Victoria, BC: Fisher & Associates Solutions Inc.

Fisher, P. (2008). BC Community Corrections organizational health report & recommendations from
provincial staff focus groups. Restricted circulation research report prepared for British
Columbia Ministry of Public Safety & Solicitor General.

Fisher, P. (2008). BC Ministry of Labour and Citizen Services: Assessment report & recommendations,
October 2008. Restricted circulation consultation and research report prepared for the B C Ministry
of Labour & Citizen Services.

Fisher, P. (2007). BC Corrections Adult Custody Branch: Organizational health assessment report & recommendations. Comprehensive research report prepared for British Columbia Ministry of
Public Safety & Solicitor General.

Fisher, P. (2001). The road back to wellness: Stress, burnout & trauma in law enforcement. Victoria, BC: Spectrum Press.

Fisher, P., & Abrahamson, K. (2002). When working hurts: Stress, burnout & trauma in human, health and emergency services. Victoria, BC: Spectrum Press.

Fisher, P., & Abrahamson, K. (2002). The managers guide to stress, burnout & trauma in human, health and emergency services. Victoria, BC: Spectrum Press.

Fisher, P. & Etches, B. (2003). A Comprehensive Approach to Workplace Stress & Trauma in Fire-
Fighting: A Review Document Prepared for The International Association of Firefighters 17th Redmond Symposium.

Fisher, P., & Lalonde, M. (2001). Taking its toll…paying the price. Blue Line Magazine, 13(9), 16-17.

Fisher, P., & Mathieu, F. (2010) Bruyere Continuing Care- A research-based report and recommendations. Restricted circulation research report prepared for Bruyere Continuing Care, Ottawa, Ontario

Mathieu, F. (2019). When the juggling act isnʼt working: Five key strategies to reduce compassion fatigue and burnout. OBIA Review, 26 (4), 34-38.

Mathieu, F. (2016). Key strategies to reduce compassion fatigue and burnout. The Family Caregiver, September, 5-7.

Mathieu, F. (2015) Beyond Kale and Pedicures: Can we beat burnout and compassion fatigue? Originally published on www.compassionfatigue.ca.

Mathieu, F., & McLean, L., (2014) Managing Compassion Fatigue, Moral Distress and Burnout in a context of patient-centered care in Walton, M., Barnsteiner, J., & Disch, J. (eds) Patient/Family Centered Care – Patient and Care Provider Considerations, Sigma Theta Tau International. Recipient of the 2014 AJN Book of the Year Award.

Mathieu, F. (2014) Compassion fatigue: do you have it? The Family Caregiver, June, 5-7.

Mathieu, F. (2014). Occupational hazards: Compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma and burnout. Canadian Nurse, 110 (5), 12-13.

Mathieu, F. (2012). The Compassion fatigue workbook: Creative tools for transforming compassion fatigue and vicarious traumatization. New York, NY: Routledge.

Mathieu, F. (2010) Running on empty: Compassion fatigue in long term care professionals. Long Term Care, October.

Mathieu, F. (2009). Muddled message for meds: Not all future doctors can aspire to be the next Patch Adams due to compassion fatigue. The Queen’s Journal, 137 (5).

Mathieu, F. (2007). Running on Empty: Compassion fatigue in health professionals. Rehab & Community Care Medicine, 16 (1).

Purkey, E., Patel, R., Beckett, T., Mathieu, F., (2018) Primary Care Experiences of Women with a History of Childhood Trauma and Chronic Disease: Trauma-Informed Care Approach. Canadian Family Physician, 64, 204.

Walsh, C.R., Mathieu, F., Hendricks, A. (2017). Report from the Secondary Traumatic Stress San Diego Think Tank, Traumatology, 23 (2), 124-128.