1. Mr. Williams, one of the residents in the nursing home where you work, died suddenly yesterday.

ublic health functions and the impact of these resources on population health and the public health system" (p. 181).
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Although it can be difficult to face the death of a person in your care, you will play a very important role in helping the person and family through this time of transition
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1. Mr. Williams, one of the residents in the nursing home where you work, died suddenly yesterday.

1. Mr. Williams, one of the residents in the nursing home where you work, died suddenly yesterday. Mrs. Casey was a close friend of Mr. Williams and is very upset to learn of his passing. What should you do for Mrs. Casey? 2. Mr. Calloway, a 90-year-old nursing home resident, is dying after a long illness. He is a widower whose three children visit him at various times. Two of the children visit regularly to talk with him and comfort him. The third child, a son named Mike, seldom visits, seems quiet and withdrawn and stays for only a short time. One day when you are bathing Mr. Calloway, he says that he is concerned about Mike. He says that Mike does not seem to care that he is dying but that he often seems to be hurt, angry orar upset. How would you respond to Mr. Calloway? What, if anything, would you report to the nurse about your conversation with Mr. Calloway? Why do you think Mike is behaving the way he is? 3. Mrs. Lukens is one of your home health clients. She is terminally ill. One day when helping her,she says, “I don’t want to die alone, and I don’t have anybody. My husband died years ago, and we never had any children.” And she starts to cry. What can you do for Mrs. Lukens? you are oT MA

 

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