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Dying in Intensive Care

Dying in Intensive Care

Dying in Intensive Care

Karen Frame and Maribel Manikon
Karen Frame and Maribel Manikon
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 03 May 2018
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Last updated: 14 Jan 2021

Reference: 188676

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Ernestina Adjei-Mensah (14 Jan 2021)
Good
Mary Omokhoa (24 Dec 2020)
This module was very informative
Benediction Syngkon (22 Dec 2020)
it's helpful I have more idea and understanding regarding end time disease and conditions of the patient and also the feeling of relative

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Description

This session uses a case history to examine some of the challenges in providing end of life care in intensive care units (ICUs). Determining the appropriate ceiling of intervention, changing the focus of care from cure to comfort, communication issues, supporting patients and families and pain and symptom control issues will be discussed. This session was reviewed by Richard Kitchen and last updated in March 2018.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Describe the key issues and challenges facing dying patients and their families in an ICU setting
• Describe triggers to conversations about end of life care in ICU and explain how these conversations may be approached
• Recognise the signs and symptoms that indicate that treatment may be becoming futile in dying patients in ICU
• Explain how decisions about ceiling of intervention may be made
• Outline a sensible approach to managing end of life care for patients in an ICU situation
Karen Frame and Maribel Manikon

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Karen Frame and Maribel Manikon
on behalf of Health Education England

Consultant in Palliative Medicine St Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London.

Consultant Physician in Critical Care St Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London.

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User Reviews (74)

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Ernestina Adjei-Mensah (14 Jan 2021)
Good
Mary Omokhoa (24 Dec 2020)
This module was very informative
Benediction Syngkon (22 Dec 2020)
it's helpful I have more idea and understanding regarding end time disease and conditions of the patient and also the feeling of relative
TINCY B ABRAHAM (21 Dec 2020)
good
Jyotsna Jyotsna (15 Dec 2020)
Good content
Elizabeth Amoro (22 Nov 2020)
goodkm
Iverdy Nongkynrih (10 Nov 2020)
good
Angelique UWAMAHORO (7 Nov 2020)
after giving the course you chould give an assassiment for help a reader to understand very well!
KENNEDY KHAMALISHI (2 Nov 2020)
best module very engaging
mirriam moses kawia (28 Oct 2020)
Good
Cecilia Kirui (24 Oct 2020)
good to update our knowledge
Zibuyisile Bhengu (19 Oct 2020)
very good
Ida Anabiayine (15 Oct 2020)
this model is very educative and informative .
JOSELINE JEMUTAI (2 Oct 2020)
Topic increases your knowledge
Esther Asa (19 Sep 2020)
good experience
Rechel Borgohain (18 Sep 2020)
thanks for very informative and knowledgeable module.
Queen Magasela (18 Sep 2020)
In this course we learnt that communication is very important between Healthcare team involve patient.
SACHIN DAGAR (14 Sep 2020)
GOOD CONTENT
Lincy kurian (10 Sep 2020)
good
Yasamin Abdorasol (9 Sep 2020)
Very Good
PRATIBHA SHARMA (30 Aug 2020)
very good
Nseabasi Akpan (26 Aug 2020)
the module was educative
Ramavatar Singh Tyagi (24 Aug 2020)
nice
urmila chauhan (23 Aug 2020)
Session r very interesting
FRIDAH AYABEI (19 Aug 2020)
good
Kalaiselvi S (17 Aug 2020)
very informative
Lydia Rebecca (16 Aug 2020)
wooow it was so informative
Kamaljeet Kaur (15 Aug 2020)
Good
Vandana Chauhan (15 Aug 2020)
gain knowledge
Hnin Nwe Hlaing (14 Aug 2020)
nwe nwe lat
Lydia Okai (9 Aug 2020)
good
Egbuaba Linda (5 Aug 2020)
End of life care requires skills & sensitivity
Anasooya Rajamma (3 Aug 2020)
very good
Zishan Ali (31 Jul 2020)
Good knowledge
Vidya.s Vidya.s (28 Jul 2020)
excellent
Florence Nwankwo (22 Jul 2020)
It was very educative
Toyin Olayiwola (9 Jul 2020)
very good
Joyce Ogbeide Itohan (5 Jul 2020)
good
Patience I. Namoda (30 Jun 2020)
very educative
Justice Odame (29 Jun 2020)
helps me refresh my mind
OKEKE JOSEPHINE CHIZOBA (12 Jun 2020)
very informative
Praise Awe (11 Jun 2020)
fantastic
Atuonwu Uzoma Ezinne (11 Jun 2020)
good
lBRAHIM GOJE HASSAN (8 Jun 2020)
Good
Gloria Hillary (7 Jun 2020)
Good
Anthonia Oko-John (7 Jun 2020)
thanks
Olawoyin Oluremi (6 Jun 2020)
The course is very interesting and an eye opener for doing the needful for patients receiving intensive care.
Mmelichukwu Chukwuemeka (2 Jun 2020)
very good
Eleojo S Aliyu (1 Jun 2020)
good
ADEYEMI SARAH (1 Jun 2020)
i love this course as a nurse.. because it makes one feel human and also remind one that death is inevitable and the measures you can put in place for someone in that shoe to die a peaceful death...
BABAGANA ALHAJI YERIMA (1 Jun 2020)
nice and educative course
Tolulope Orioye (31 May 2020)
It gave more understanding of caring for dying patient
ETHEL BERTHA MAYONI ZULU (30 May 2020)
The course was very touching but informative and educative.
Emmanuel Kwame Akyeah (30 May 2020)
Excellent
ODETTE MUREKATETE (28 May 2020)
thanks
Amanda Badu Atarkorah (26 May 2020)
This educational material is really practical and useful for every medical professional
NANKYEL YENDING (26 May 2020)
Good
Phyu Phyu Mon (24 May 2020)
I was fully stranged with ICU throughout my in service life. So this course gives me much knowlege.
Paul Ojone (21 May 2020)
good
Ima-obong Thompson (20 May 2020)
Awesome
Sulaiman Saifullahi (18 May 2020)
Very Good
Temitayo Adejoke Akinade (17 May 2020)
Very Good
Patricia Ameh Ojoma (16 May 2020)
Educative
Danladi Bargoma (13 May 2020)
Very educative
KOJO ISAAC MENSAH MENSAH (9 May 2020)
Very good
Akuvada Fatima oyiza (7 May 2020)
nil
Adasu Mary (6 May 2020)
very interesting
Jumoke Olaleye (3 May 2020)
Good
Sharara Aman (28 Apr 2020)
very useful thanks
Ahmad Shaheen (24 Apr 2020)
Very good
Mpiegbulam Chinyere (24 Apr 2020)
it outline a sensible approach to managing end of life care for patient in a intensive care uniy
Happiness Ejimofor (17 Apr 2020)
good one
Adamu Muhammad jajere (15 Apr 2020)
good
Kailash Nagar (6 Apr 2020)
good

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