Palliative and Bereavement Care Course
Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to:
Describe one key difference between palliative and bereavement care and identify two situations where palliative care is a reasonable alternative to intensive care.
What is palliative care and why offer it?
What is bereavement care and why offer it?
How do men and women traditionally grieve differently?
Describe two benefits of palliative care to parents and two benefits to staff.
What does research say about the benefits of a palliative care program to parents?
What does research say about the benefits of a palliative care program to
Describe three components of a palliative and bereavement care program.
What are the essential components?
Where should palliative care be delivered?
Identify three Potentially Better Practices for providing palliative and bereavement care.
What is the importance of having the family as the architect of the care plan?
What is the value of staff education
What are guidelines for delivering bad news
*Completing this course will provide the participant with 1 CEU or 1 CME based on licensure
Enroll for CEU Credit
Enroll for CME Credit
National Perinatal Association