Exploring the impact of chaplains in interprofessional end-of-life simulation with undergraduate nursing students
LaToya J. Lewis-Pierre, EdD-CI, MSN, RN, School of Nursing and Health Studies, UMSONHS, Miami, Florida, USA; Mary E. McKay, DNP, ARNP, CNE; Jill Steiner Sanko, PhD, BA, BSN, RN, ARNP-BC, CHSE-A -- University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies, University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies, Coral Gables, Florida, USA
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By 2060 the global death rates will . increase 87% (World Health Organization, 2018). Nursing students are unprepared to provide end-of-life care (EOL) and address the spiritual elements. This study described an innovative EOL interdisciplinary simulation with and without multidimensional . chaplains on levels of comfort, confidence, and competence with EOL care.
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