End of Life

Organization: CHA Seminars

Created by: Missy Stagner


Death can be frightening. This can be especially true for patients in the terminal stages of chronic disease. These patients often wish for a 'good death.' However, they often fear that they will die alone, in pain, abandoned by their caregivers. Clinicians must provide excellent end-of-life care to all dying patients. In this way, clinicians can help patients have a 'good death', calm the fears of dying patients and support the patient's family. This course will teach you how to provide excellent end-of-life care.


  • Palliative vs. Curative Care
  • Potential barriers to palliative care
  • Guidelines for providing palliative care according to a patient's wishes for a 'good death'
  • Guidelines for helping loved ones when a patient is dying

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