3. Provide coping support for patient and families experiencing loss and/or grief. (12)
A. Anticipate the implication of trauma, loss and/or bereavement for children and families.
B. Define and distinguish palliative, hospice, and end-of-life care.
C. Understand and recognize cultural and spiritual preferences.
D. Describe developmental perceptions of and reactions to trauma, loss, and/or bereavement.
E. Define and distinguish grief, bereavement, and mourning.
F. Articulate types (e.g., anticipatory, complicated, etc.) and theories (e.g., stages and tasks, etc.) of grief experienced by children and families
G. Provide support and resources to promote transition.
H. Facilitate opportunities for expression of feelings, meaning making, and legacy work.