End of Life Care in a Patient with HIV
The goal of this module is to introduce learners to an approach to breaking bad news and to provide compassionate, person-centered, team-based care for patients with HIV with severe life-threatening diseases.
What you will learn in Module 10
Reflect on the experience of providing care at the end of life (EOL)
Demonstrate how to deliver bad news to a patient and their family
Discuss how to elicit patient and family preferences for end-of-life care
Discuss how to navigate difficult questions or decisions when caring for patients at the EOL
Describe ways to promote comfort and caring for a patient at the end of their life
Discuss how to use team-based care to support a family throughout the dying process (IPE)
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