End of Life Reflection
End of Life Reflection
End of life simulation about a dying woman in the hospital with her Daughter. The nurse that took care of her was very polite and very professional. she comforted the daughter at time the patient was pronounce death by the doctor.
Ethics in Nursing
End of Life—Reflection
Assignment: Write an essay of a minimum of 500 words that include the responses to the following questions. The rubric below instructs how this assignment will be graded. You are to use at one professional journal reference to substantiate your thoughts on end of life care or any of the ethical principles that were in operation (or not) during the end of life simulation experience.
1. How will you use this end-of-life experience to inform your nursing practice? What specific changes will you make?
2. What communication skills did you learn and how can you use them in applying these in your profession?
3. Did you see a satisfactory resolution to the ethical dilemmas presented? What would you have done differently if you had participated in this experience?
4. Has this end-of-life simulation experience changed or deepened your opinion/beliefs about death and dying? Please elaborate.
End of Life Journal Rubric
EOL Journal Assignment
Essay of minimum of 500-word response including:
Ethical Principles/Standards Noted in Simulation
Professional journal (not more than 5 yrs old)—used to substantiate ethical principles or other aspects of end of life care
APA format/proper citation/grammar
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(Late submissions will result in 2 lost participation points per day)
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