PALLIATIVE CARE - learningcircle.ubc.ca

PALLIATIVE CARE - learningcircle.ubc.ca

PALLIATIVE CARE UNDERSTANDING WHAT PALLIATIVE CARE IS FROM FIRST NATIONS POINT OF VIEW BELIEFS AROUND DYING 1.DEATH IS PART OF LIFE..NATURAL PROCESS 2.THERE IS PREPARATION GETTING READY TO GO HOME FAMILY AND COMMUNITY EVENT 1.CHILDREN ARE PART OF THE PROCESSTEACHING ACCEPTANCE 2.ACKNOWLEDGING RELATIONSHIPS AND IT IS A

COMPLETION PROCESS CARE GIVERS ROLE IN PALLIATIVE CARE NEED FOR CULTURAL SENSITIVITY 1. BE AWARE OF ONES OWN VIEWS/VALUES AROUND DEATH. HOW ONE CARES FOR ONESELF 2. RESPECT THE FAMILYS AND PATIENT WISHES. 3. ALLOW THE FAMILY TO OPENLY EXPRESS THEIR EMOTIONS OR GRIEF 4. COMMUNICATE PROGRESSION IN CONDITION OF

PATIENT. DEVELOPING SKILLS IN CARING/ASSESSING ONES OWN SELF SMALL GROUP WORK: DISCUSS AND ANSWER FOLLOWING QUESTIONS FIRST INDIVIDUALLY AND THEN HAVE A GROUP DISCUSSION ON THE QUESTIONS. WHAT IS YOUR EXPERIENCE IN DEALING WITH ABORIGINAL PEOPLE? HOW WOULD YOU CHARACTERIZE THAT EXPERIENCE? PLEASE ELABORATE ON BOTH

POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE EXPERIENCE. WHAT WERE THE CIRCUMSTANCES. DEBRIEFING THE EXERCISE 1. WHAT DID YOU LEARN ABOUT YOURSELF? 2. WAS THERE ANY GENERALIZATIONS OR ASSUMPTIONS 3. WHAT VALUES OR BELIEFS ABOUT CROSS CULTURAL EXPERIENCE DO YOU HOLD ONTO? 4. HOW DO THESE IMPACT OR EFFECT YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH THE CLIENT 5. WHAT CAN YOU DIFFERENTLY TO ENSURE GIVING BETTER PALLIATIVE CARE?

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