Unit 80 end of life
1.1 Outline legal requirements and agreed ways of working designed to protect the rights of individuals in end-of-life care? Caring for patients at the end of life is a challenging task that requires not only the consideration of the patient as a whole but also an understanding of the family, social, legal, economic, and institutional circumstances that surround patient care. A legal requirement of end of life care is that the wishes of the individual, including whether CPR should be attempted, as well as their wishes how they are cared for after death are properly documented. This means that their rights and wishes even after death are respected. 1.2 Explain how legislation designed to protect the rights of individuals in end-of-life care applies to own job role? When an individual is at the end of life, usually you are aware due to the documentation that is present.(which is a legal requirement) In my job role I would read and acknowledge the rights and wishes of the individual, including any religious beliefs to ensure they are cared for according to their wishes.
2.1 outline key points of theories about the emotional and psychological processes that individuals and key people may experience with the approach of Death?
2.2 explain how the beliefs, religion and culture of individuals and key people influence end-of-life care?
2.3 explain why key people may have a distinctive role in an individual’s end-of-life care? Although each person reacts to the knowledge of impending death or to loss in his or her own way, there are similarities in the psychosocial responses to the situation. Kubler-Ross' (1969) theory of the stages of grief when an individual is dying has gained wide acceptance in nursing and other disciplines. The stages of dying, much like the stages of grief, may overlap, and the duration of any stage may range from as little as a few hours to as long as months
2.4 explain why support for an individual’s health and...
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