RN Learning: Spiritual, Cultural, and Direct Care Aspects

RN Learning: Spiritual, Cultural, and Direct Care Aspects
A key interdisciplinary component of caring for patients and families with serious illness is to assess and address spiritual, religious, and existential dimensions of care. Therefore, it is essential that we as providers facilitate compassionate, patient and family-centered care that respects specific spiritual beliefs and practices, especially at and after time of death.

This presentation provides learners with a framework for assessment and management of the spiritual and cultural aspects of care for patients and families nearing life's end. Additional activity resources include how we as providers manage our grief and sustain resilience enabling us to continue this compassionate work.

Joanna Kozlowski, BSN, RN-BC, CHPN, CHPCA
Larry Dawalt, MDiv, BBC, CT, CTSS, CHPCA

NCPD: 1.0 hours

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