Caring for the Dying Patient, Part 3: Bereavement Issues

Discusses the stages and ramifications of grief, mourning and bereavement and how a professional's interactions with patients and families can help or hurt. Discusses different aspects of grief and loss, including physical and mental deterioration, spiritual crisis, altered goals and relationships, reactions to suffering and the healing process. Effective communication strategies, appropriate closure, child and teenage conceptions of death and personal issues of mortality also are examined.


1. Describe the stages of grief, mourning, and bereavement.
2. Discuss how actions on the part of healthcare workers can provide help or negatively impact terminally ill patients and their families.
3. List five things that contribute to an individuals grief when facing a terminal diagnosis.

This program also includes workbooks that can be ordered separately.

Price: $299.00 USD

Product ID: CLP062
Media: DVD
Year: 2011
Duration: 25:00 minutes
Language: English
Tags: Death and Dying
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