Defining a “Good Death” in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

Author(s): Elizabeth G. Broden, BSN, RN, Janet Deatrick, PhD, RN, Connie Ulrich, PhD, RN, and Martha A.Q. Curley, PhD, RN

Contact Hours 1.00

CERP B 1.00

Expires Mar 31, 2024

Topics: Palliative/End-of-life Care

Population: Pediatric

Role: Manager, APRN, Staff

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Activity Summary

Required reading for all learners: Implicit Bias impacts patient outcomes

This article describes a conceptual model of parents’ perceptions of “Good Death in the PICU” and implications for nursing practice.

Objectives

  • Describe nursing care that contributes to a parent’s perception of a “good death” in the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU).
  • Apply the model of a “good death in the PICU” to clinical nursing practice.
  • Identify how the “good death in the PICU” model may affect nursing education and training for new PICU staff.

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Successful Completion

Learners must attend/view/read the entire activity and complete the associated evaluation to be awarded the contact hours or CERP. No partial credit will be awarded.

Disclosure

This activity has been reviewed by the Nurse Planner. It has been determined that the material presented here shows no bias. No conflicts of interest have been identified for any individual with the ability to influence the content of this activity. Accreditation refers to recognition of continuing education only and does not imply AACN or ANCC approval or endorsement of any commercial products discussed or displayed in conjunction with this educational activity.

Accreditation

The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's (ANCC's) Commission on Accreditation, ANCC Provider Number 0012. AACN has been approved as a provider of continuing education in nursing by the California State Board of Nursing (CBRN), California Provider number CEP 1036. This activity is approved for 1.00 contact hours.

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