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How to care for a patient after death in the community

How to care for a patient after death in the community

How to care for a patient after death in the community

Kathleen Greenway and Paula Johnson
Kathleen Greenway and Paula Johnson
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

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Description

This article provides nurses with information about how to care for a patient after death, and support their family and loved ones in the community setting.

Care after death involves supporting the family and significant others, and providing personal care to the patient.
It is important to ensure privacy, dignity and respect of the deceased and to recognise this is a sensitive and difficult time for families.
Staff undertaking care after death should be offered support.
Local and national guidelines should be followed.

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On completion of this course you will gain an understanding of:
Identify the preparatory steps and the necessary equipment used to perform care after death.
Describe the systematic approach used in the procedure for care after death in the community.
Explain the importance of continuing to provide person-centred care after a person's death.
Kathleen Greenway and Paula Johnson

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Kathleen Greenway and Paula Johnson
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

Kathleen Greenway, Senior lecturer in adult nursing, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, England.
Paula Johnson, Senior lecturer in adult nursing, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, England.

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