Psychosocial, Bereavement and Spiritual Care at the End of Life: Realities, Responsibilities and Renewal

This session examines a contextual framework for practice in America today.  It also identifies the leadership responsibilities and opportunities that are inherent in our professional roles. There are numerous societal issues, public perceptions and political realities impacting the delivery of care at the end of life. Psychosocial, bereavement and spiritual professionals’ contributions are more crucial than ever before. In these challenging times, it is important that we are clear about our roles and responsibilities and that we are contributing in healthy and meaningful ways to the end-of-life healthcare continuum.


CE/CME OFFERED
CE/CME Credit Available: Nurse and Social Worker

LENGTH
1.5 hours