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 describe patterns of action to address some of the emotional situations which by their frequency and intensity, may be more complex, such as demoralization to end of life or the covenant of silence.
Students will be able to become aware of the need to care for professionals working in care at the end of life and prevent psychological exhaustion. Understand the role they play in this process of recognition and management of emotions.
Students will be able to recognize the value of communication processes between patient, family and professionals in the field of palliative care.