Talking about death – end of life care guidance for the psychological workforce

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This document lays out some useful guidance to help managers and supervisors support staff and colleagues who are caring for patients who are dying.

The way we communicate as staff is affected by cultural taboos and also by our own beliefs and experiences, and our personal beliefs and values can affect our clinical decisions and willingness to talk about death.
Thursday, May 21, 2020
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