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Compassion Tree   Components that Define the Professional Quality of Life

Professional quality of life is made up of a balance between positive and negative aspects of one’s work. The positive aspects of one’s work—Compassion Satisfaction—counterbalances Secondary Traumatic Stress and burnout, which together lead to Compassion Fatigue. There are three contributors to burnout, exhaustion, cynicism and inefficacy, that may impact not only provider well-being but also the quality of work.

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Take a closer look at this flowsheet and notice how Compassion Satisfaction stands alone to counterbalance secondary trauma and burnout.

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you reflect on feeling joy in your work?

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