When Death Comes Knocking for Your Patients
As a nurse or palliative caregiver, do you want to take better care of terminally ill patients, their loved ones, and yourself? Would you like to be empowered under difficult circumstances and feel more comfortable about what to say when providing palliative care? Based on thirty years of experience as an oncology nurse, Meina Dubetz shares real-life stories that will enable you as a nurse or palliative caregiver to fully support your patients facing death. Reading these stories, you will learn how to say the right things and reassure your patients’ loved ones that providing quality care and comfort is your priority. You will also become more comfortable answering difficult questions that patients and their family members may ask you about death and dying. Equally important, you will learn how to take better care of yourself as you care for your patients.