CSPH 5000-002: Redefining End of Life Care

This course is offered completely online. Check the Schedule Builder for semester dates.

Graduate Students, undergraduate students (with junior status or above), or instructor consent.
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Course Description

This course is designed to assist students in learning how to provide meaningful, creative, and intentional end-of-life care and advocacy in both professional and personal care settings. Students will learn ways to redefine, redesign, and approach dying and death from a perspective that includes both medical and personal perspectives. The course will provide students with the opportunity to learn how to support individuals, caregivers, and the family unit in a hands-on way at the end of life through evidence-informed, clinically applicable skills, communication techniques, and integrative care approaches. Students will have the opportunity to contemplate their own personhood and perspectives about death and dying, practice application of personal approaches for end-of-life care, and explore what it means to truly “die well.”

Additional Information

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  • Fall
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