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Death as part of life Inevitable
Death as part of life Loss – Something removed
Death as part of life Coping – process
Death as part of life Grief – Expression of loss
Death as part of life Mourning – Process following loss
Elisabeth Kubler-Ross’s stages 1.Denial 2.Anger 3.Bargaining 4.Depression 5.Acceptance
John Bowlby’s stages of separation 1.Protest 2.Despair 3.Detachment
Bowlby’s Phases of Mourning 1.Numb stage 2.Painful stage 3.Disorganized & despair 4.Reorganization stage
Types of lose Physical – Death of spouse – Death of parent – Death of child – Death of friend Symbolic losses – Loss of work – Loss of status – Loss of mobility – Loss of independence
Loss of a Spouse Great magnitude Risk of death – >2yrs Men – Feel alone Women – Feel abandoned Widows younger than widowers
Loss of a parent Age?
Loss of a child One of most difficult Blame
Loss of unborn child Hold child
Loss of sibling Blame self
Facing one’s own death Terminal illness
Signs of approaching death Withdraw senses Cheyne-Stokes Respirations BP – Pulse – Temp –
Development of concept of death Infant –N–No concept Toddler –S–Separation anxiety Preschool –P–Pain avoidance 5-6 –P–Punishment School-age –H–Have capacity to understand!
Advanced directive Legal document Wishes for medical treatment is they cant make these decisions
Living Will Form of advanced directive States wishes regarding life-sustaining treatment
Durable power of attorney for health care Appoint someone to make their wished known in the event they can’t any longer
Do not Resuscitate (DNR)
Euthanasia Assisted suicide “Mercy killing” Oregon
Right to die Can refuse medical treatment
Palliative care Relieve suffering
Hospice Care Part of Medicare/medicaid Emphasizes comfort
DEATH & DYING GRIEF & LOSS
Stages Of Loss.
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DEATH, DYING & BEREAVEMENT We are a death dying society - Why? sense that we can control death decreased exposure to death control over the forces of nature.
THE END OF LIFE. The Quest for “Healthy Dying” n Thanatology: The Study of Death and Dying.
CHAPTER THIRTEEN CHAPTER THIRTEEN Dying and Bereavement.
Epilogue: Death and Dying. T HANATOLOGY Thanatology The study of death and dying.
© 2007 McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved. Chapter Eighteen Accepting Dying and Death.
Legal and Ethical Issues Affecting End-of-life Care Advance Directives.
Loss, Death, and Grieving
LOSS, GRIEF AND DEATH.
(c) 2012 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Chapter 17 Death, Dying, and Grieving PowerPoints developed by Nicholas Greco IV, College of Lake County, Grayslake,
Chapter 20: Death, Dying, and Grieving ©2011 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Chapter 25 & Epilogue Psychosocial Development in Late Adulthood + Death and Dying Michael Hoerger.
Unit 4 Chapter 22: Caring for People who are terminally ill
By: Katie Green, Jessica Nissen, and Mario Noble.
Late Adulthood Death & Dying Chapter 13 & 14 Life Span.
Epilogue Death and Dying.
Advance Care Planning A Guide For Patients and Families.
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