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Module 4: Responding to Suffering and Bereavement

ACTIVITY 2: SEMINAR
Cornerstones of Clinical Practice
in Pediatric Palliative Care

Description

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This seminar provides a conceptual introduction to the module. A PowerPoint presentation is used to define terms, review salient highlights from qualitative research, and introduce participants to the cornerstones of clinical practice in pediatric palliative care. These are: responding to the ethical claim of the family; adopting a collaborative relational stance; cultivating cultural humility; and developing reflective practice. A videotape is used to ground the discussion in the experience of family members, and to link theory with practice.

Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to:

  • Define "suffering" and "bereavement" as these terms are used in the curriculum.
  • Identify salient findings from qualitative research relevant to improving clinical practice in pediatric palliative care.
  • Describe a conceptual framework that articulates four cornerstones of clinical practice in pediatric palliative care.
  • Make relevant connections between practice and theory grounded in the observations and experience of family members.

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