A nurse’s vital responsibilities when dealing with terminally ill patientsShared by:
Dealing with dying clients would be among the most stressful thing to go through as a nurse. The transition from life to death is emotionally stressful for patients and families as well as nurses who provide care at the end stage of a patient’s life. Even though it is a difficult period for nurses, concentrating on the patient’s needs at this moment will help to ease their roles. Generally, terminal ill clients need care in three areas which are: physical comfort, mental and emotional needs, and spiritual issues.
4 Oct 2016 - General