CEoL Module 2: Coping With Grief

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Stopwatch iconTime to complete: Approximately 20 minutes

About This Module

CEoL Module 2: Coping With Grief allows team members to initiate conversations to support residents or family members in mourning. This module also shows team members how to respond in the most appropriate way to questions or comments from residents or family members about end-of-life issues.

Team members will learn how to recognize the manifestations of grief, recognize the tasks that people need to complete as they grieve and recognize the needs of those in mourning. Anticipated outcomes include improved ability to initiate and continue end-of-life conversations and increased comfort in talking about death.

You will receive a CLRI certificate for completing this course.

About CEoL

It’s not easy or comfortable talking about end-of-life issues, but it’s important. Effective communication is crucial to understanding and meeting the needs of our residents and those who care about them.

The Communication at End-of-Life (CEoL) program provides LTC educators with tools for teaching palliative and end-of-life communication to team members, combining didactic, peer-to-peer, and scenario-based learning. All aspects of this program have previously only been available in person.

The eLearning version of CEoL allows all team members to dispel palliative care myths, learn how to recognize and accommodate the needs of those in mourning and to practice their end-of-life communication skills in three short, scenario-based modules:

Audience

CEoL is for all front-line LTC staff, including RNs, RPNs, NPs, PSWs, social workers, OT/PT, educators, dietitians, managers, spiritual care providers, care aides, volunteers, students, and anyone with an interest in communication at end-of-life.

These modules can:

  • Help all LTC team members develop and practice skills in communication at end-of-life
  • Serve as a refresher for those that have taken the in-person Ontario CLRI Communication at End-of-Life training
  • Augment any palliative care training previously taken by LTC team members (modules focus exclusively on the psychosocial aspects of palliative and end-of-life care)

Acknowledgements

We would like to thank the people who contributed to the development of content for these modules:
  • Ruth Richardson, Palliative Nurse Educator, Algonquin College
  • Michelle Jones, Coordinator, Education and Staff Development, City of Toronto
  • Ontario CLRI Supporting Diversity and Inclusion in Long-Term Care Advisory Group
  • GEVC Inc.