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SHS 320 - End of Life


Prerequisites: None
Designed for personal growth related to issues of death and dying for professionals working in the field, as well as non-professionals. A developmental, life cycle perspective is used, examining such concepts as bereavement theories, cultural differences, clinical intervention with various types of mourning, and coping with caregiver stress and grief. Students will have an opportunity to examine their own beliefs and attitudes, expand their understanding of the grief process within families, examine traditional and non-traditional closure rituals, and learn new caregiver skills to prevent burnout.

3 credits
Fall



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