death and dying - Coping with the Stress of Death and Dying Project Directions Conduct a 15-minute interview a funeral director a coroner clergy(a

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Coping with the Stress of Death and Dying Project Direction s Conduct a 15-minute interview a funeral director, a coroner, clergy (a priest/chaplain), a doctor, a hospice nurse, an experienced nurse (with at least 3 years of experience), a firefighter, a police officer, or someone who is exposed with death and dying in their profession on a daily basis. Submit a 2-3 page written paper covering all questions written in a paragraph form. Use complete sentences. Watch grammar and punctuation. Do not use any identifying factors associated with examples provided by interviewee related to specific individuals. Be prepared to share findings with the class. Role and Time What is their current role/title of the individual being interviewed? How long in their role? The individual being interviewed has been an LPN for 10 years Dealing How does that individual cope with the stress of death and dying in their profession? To help cope with stress of death and dying in their profession she listens to music, prays, and does meditation Does this affect them personally and if so, how? Yes, because it makes you think of your loved ones and your own mortality Family Conflicts/Dynamics What is the individual’s thought process about family conflicts/dynamics when one is dying or has expired? People are afraid of death and when faced with it they don’t handle it appropriately How does this impact you personally? It helps you to know how to handle death in your own life and how not to act How does family conflicts/dynamics impact a family in death and dying? Elaborate When they don’t agree it makes things more difficult to come up with a positive outcome. When there
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