Culture & Leadership | Long-term Care

Broadening Cultural Sensitivity at the End-of-life: An Interprofessional Education Program Incorporating Critical Reflection

While hospitals are often places of healing and recovery, the fact of the matter is that thousands of people die inside hospitals every year. Sometimes a patient cannot be saved, and end-of-life care is extremely important. Improving their final moments is the final step of the patient experience and defines human interaction. Researchers investigated this topic with culturally sensitive education programs. This report is based on research conducted at Salem Hospital in Salem, Oregon.

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