The Dying Process and Palliative Interventions

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The only way to truly provide the most appropriate support required by dying patients and their loved ones is for hospice and palliative care clinicians to understand the physical changes that occur during the last stages of life. Completion of this module will help you demonstrate competence of the clinical signs and symptoms of the dying process in the terminally ill patient and implement applicable education and interventions to the patient and loved ones.

Catherine has 20+ years in home health and hospice settings as an RN with advancing levels of leadership, including start-up and growth of her own, very successful, hospice in Southeastern Louisiana. Her certification and specialty is in hospice operations, both clinical and financial, having received several awards and recognitions for management and operational efficiency and excellence through the years. She is a frequently requested educational presenter for state and local groups on hospice care and has extensive knowledge on clinical case management education. While working with Fazzi, Catherine consults in several areas, including, operational, educational, and compliance divisions.
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# of Seats:

Minimum quantity for "The Dying Process and Palliative Interventions" is 1.


29 hrs

Contact Hours: Nursing

Topics: Hospice

Skill Level: Intermediate

Instructor Name : Catherine Dehlin, RN, BSN, CHPN, CHCM, COQS