When you [help] people you have direct contact with their lives. As you may have found, your compassion for those you [help] can affect you in positive and negative ways. Below are some questions about your experiences, both positive and negative, as a [helper].
When taking the ProQOL assessment, please consider the following language substitutions:
- *replace person with patient and/or client
- **replace people with patients and/or clients
All questions below are required.
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© B. Hudnall Stamm, 2009-2012. Professional Quality of Life: Compassion Satisfaction and Fatigue Version 5 (ProQOL).
The ProQOL development was directed towards human care providers and therefore the language in the assessment reflects human directed support and care. As the ProQOL is validated as written, we are not at the liberty to modify the language. However, we feel it is important to provide relevancy to those professionals dedicated to animal health and welfare and therefore have provided additional language suggestions applicable to the veterinary profession.
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