What I learned from patient death
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What I learned from patient death

Nicola Looby @NicolaLooby Third-year adult nursing student, Studying in Jersey with the University of Chester

A placement on an end of life care ward showed one nursing student the importance of reaching out for support

Having been fortunate enough not to have much experience of losing a loved one, coping with the death of a patient was my biggest fear when starting my nursing degree.

Nursing Standard. 32, 22, 36-36. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.22.36.s30

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