To acquire knowledge about the processes of death and mourning, with a view to preparing and monitoring intervention programs at the end, and prevention of complicated grief.
Students will be able to facilitate the adaptation process in the final stage of life.
Students will be able to address the counseling as a basic tool of intervention in palliative care.
Students will be able to assess the emotional needs of the geriatric patient at the end of life and their families.
Students will be able to highlight and recognize the importance of working the grieving process and prevent complications.