Hospice & Palliative Care - streaming video only

Reviews the recent Medicare law regarding end-of-life discussions with patients and define options for patient and provider consideration. Discusses the psycho-social implications of death and dying among varied cultures and religions and how this effects healthcare delivery. Identifies the concerns most expressed by the dying. Identifies patient rights to live with dignity and as much independence as possible until the end. Cites the philosophy, history and tradition of death and dying over time and how current beliefs developed. Discusses heroic measures verses natural death and discuss caregiver support. Describes the stages of death, the timeline of what happens to the physical remains after death, and care of the body after death. Identifies necessary legal documents regarding death, disposition of the body, family and patient rights, and how these important statutes assist the poor and the marginalized.
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Learning Objectives

  1. Review the recent Medicare law regarding end-of-life discussions with patients and define options for patient and provider consideration.
  2. Discuss the psycho-social implications of death and dying among varied cultures and religions and how this effects healthcare delivery.
  3. Identify the concerns most expressed by the dying.
  4. Identify patient rights to live with dignity and as much independence as possible until the end.
  5. Cite the philosophy, history and tradition of death and dying over time and how current beliefs developed.
  6. Discuss heroic measures verses natural death and discuss caregiver support.
  7. Describe the stages of death, the timeline of what happens to the physical remains after death, and care of the body after death.
  8. Identify necessary legal documents regarding death, disposition of the body, family and patient rights, and how these important statutes assist the poor and the marginalized.
Instructor D. Key, D.Min, MHC
Instructor L. Canyon, OTR/L