End of Life Care: Tell Me About Death

 

Let’s face it. Working with people who are dying is a difficult task. But when engaging in this kind of care a professional caregiver is making some of the most important and rewarding contributions of their career. For most of us, life is something to be cele-brated and treasured. Our lives are filled with family, friends, home and laughter. We relish life, filling our days with simple pleasures. Dying can also involve simple pleasures, although it is difficult for us to imagine how, because the end of life is most often filled with sadness, loss, and grief. How can anything simple or pleasant come from such sorrow? It can come when we begin to understand that dying is an important part of living.

$20.00

Hours: 1.00
REL-SRC-0-ELCTMAD

Certificates

Certificates provided by accrediting body (3 Match)

Florida Board of Nursing - Certified Nursing Assistants

1.0 HOURS


This is not an accredited course for professional license renewal. Florida CNAs may use this inservice toward meeting their annual inservice requirement.This activity is approved for 1.00 contact hours.

Non-Licensed Direct Care (DSP, HHA, CNA, DCW, PCA, IHA, NA)

1.0 HOURS


Association of Nutrition and Foodservice Professionals

1.0 HOURS


This program is approved for 1.00 hours by the Dietary Managers Association. Approval code 162988.

Course Details

Course Code: REL-SRC-0-ELCTMAD
Hours: 1
Type: Online Course
Content Expiration Date: 9/30/2021
Learning Objectives:
Identify how death is part of the life process.
Relate how one's own experiences influence one's ideas about death and dying.
Review role of professional caregivers and family members in caring for terminally ill patients.

Outline:
Section 1: Introduction
A. About This Course
B. Learning Objectives
C. What Is My Own Perspective?
D. Knowledge Check
Section 2: Terminally Ill Patients
A. What Is My Role?
B. Knowledge Check
C. What About Family Members?
Section 3: Experiences
A. What About Me?
B. Knowledge Check
C. Relating To My Own Grief
Section 4: Helping Ourselves and Helping Others
A. Tips for Helpful Interactions
B. Making a Difference
Section 5: Conclusion
A. Summary
B. Course Contributor
C. References
D. Congratulations

Instructor: Faith Williams, RN, BS in HCA
Faith is a registered nurse and earned a BS in Health Care Administration at St. Leo College in St. Leo, Florida. She has an extensive background in home health education, nursing and healthcare administration. Subsequent to the years in home health, she has worked for companies who provide on-line education to healthcare providers and workers in the acute and subacute markets. She has authored various education programs and procedure manuals, as well as presented to and educated both clinical staff and the general public.  Disclosure: Faith Williams, RN, BS in HCA has declared that no conflict of interest, Relevant Financial Relationship or Relevant Non-Financial Relationship exists.
Target Audience:
The target audience for this course is: entry level Direct Care Workers; in the following settings: Home Health, Hospice, Long-term Care, Residential Care.
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Course Delivery Method and Format
Asynchronous Distance Learning with interactivity which includes quizzes with questions/answers, and posttests.
Accommodations
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