2 edition of Guide to materials on death and dying for teachers of nursing found in the catalog.
Guide to materials on death and dying for teachers of nursing
Irene L. Sell
Written in English
|Statement||by Irene Louise Sell.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 213 leaves|
|Number of Pages||213|
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Publisher: Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International, Although it would be unusual for a teacher to be the first to tell an individual child of the death of a family member, teachers may need to make a class announcement about someone in the school or community who has died, a classmate who has lost a parent or other family member, or another death that affects students in a classroom or school.
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Death of a Fellow Student. The death of a fellow student can be one of the more shocking college experiences. College students are typically in the prime of their physical lives, so the death of a classmate is often completely unexpected.
This sudden loss can be exceptionally jarring and confusing, even if you weren’t close to the student who. Provide teachers with guidelines on how to share information about the death with their students and establish referral procedures for students requiring additional support.
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After the death of a parent, children will naturally worry about the death of the remaining parent or other caretakers. Reassure a child that he is loved and will always be cared for. It is a good idea to rely on family members during this time to help provide additional nurturing and care.
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However, in this study the correlation between length of experience, anxiety and death attitudes was marginally significant with p= Table describes the association between nursing experience, death anxiety and death.