DNP Project Title
Providing comfort and support to the dying patient is a significant part of the dying process. When soothing a patient, who is dying, the goal is to prevent or relieve suffering as much as possible. Respecting the patient's health and quality of life goals and decisions is essential. Healthcare profession students can experience multiple levels of anxiety, stress, and a negative attitude while taking care of the dying patient. The implementation of a successful intervention is at the cornerstone of helping reduce stress, anxiety, and attitude change in healthcare profession students. The application can also have a positive impact on increasing healthcare profession student actions, feelings, and patient satisfaction when caring for the dying patient.
Date of publication
DNP Scholarly Project
Dr. Sandra Petersen, Dr. Cheryl Parker, and Dr. Sherri Smith-Keys
Doctor of Nursing Practice
Davis, Chiquesha, "THE INFLUENCE OF END OF LIFE EDUCATION ON STRESS, ANXIETY, AND ATTITUDE OF THE HEALTHCARE PROFESSION STUDENT" (2020). DNP Final Reports. Paper 9.
Available for download on Friday, April 15, 2022
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