Learning how to cope when a patient dies
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Learning how to cope when a patient dies

Maria Parry Programme manager for end of life care, NHS Wales Health Collaborative, University of South Wales

Many students worry how they will react, but knowing the steps and conversations required at the end of life can help you to prepare

When we ask our students what they think they might find challenging or difficult to deal with during their nursing studies, a common response is ‘someone dying’.

Nursing Standard. 38, 2, 39-40. doi: 10.7748/ns.38.2.39.s14

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