Target Audience for this program includes health care professionals from a wide variety of areas. Nurses, Physicians, Administrators, Chaplains, Social Workers, Psychologists, & other healthcare workers are encouraged to attend.
What competencies are taught:
- Pain Assessment
- Symptom Management
- Ethical / Legal
- Cultural Considerations
- Perinatal & Neonatal Palliative Care
- Care at the Time of Death
- Communication / Collaboration
- Loss, Grief & Bereavement
Continuing Education Credits
Attendees will receive 8 contact hours if they attend the course in it’s entirety and fill out the evaluation.
- MCHS / Nicklaus Children's Hospital Employees - FREE (must register in Myles)
- Outside participants - $99
- Students - $75
What are the goals of the ELNEC Conference?
- Recognize dynamic changes in population demographics, health care economics, and service delivery that necessitate improved professional operation for end-of-life care.
- Promote the provision of comfort care to the dying as an active, desirable, and important skill, and an integral compo- nent of nursing care.
- Communicate effectively and compassionately with the patient, family, and health care team members about end- of-life issues.
- Recognize one’s own attitudes, feelings, values, and expec- tations about death and the individual, cultural, and spiritual diversity existing in these beliefs and customs.
- Demonstrate respect for the patient’s views and wishes during end-of-life care.
- Collaborate with interdisciplinary team members while implementing the nursing role in end-of-life care.
For more information
Please contact Jane Bragg at email@example.com
if you have any questions.