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Let's educate your church congregation, retirement group, employees, or family members on life transitions. DEATH AND DYING TOUCHES EVERYONE. Being educated about your options makes the inevitable a lot less frightening; planning for it makes it a lot less stressful. Click on the link to learn about my Life Transition Education Series.
BURN OUT. It is not the emotional work of death and dying that burns out palliative and hospice care professionals. It is the emotional work involved with loved ones of the dying and their emotions; it is the administrative requirements the position entails.
It is a fact that schools of medicine, nursing, social work do not adequately prepare its students for a career in palliative and hospice care (Csikai & Raymer, 2005; IOM, 2014; Lloyd-Williams, Cobb, Shiels, Taylor, 2006). Most employees in this field learn caregiving on the job. It is important that palliative and hospice care professionals have both formal training and informal learning opportunities to learn how to provide the best end-of-life care possible for the patient and their loved ones. This training and awareness could mean the difference between a good death and a bad death for all involved.
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