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Death and Dying: Compassion and Ethics


This course focuses on the feelings surrounding death and dying, and how to be able to maintain your ability to continue caring even while those we care for and care about are dying.

  • End of Life Care
  • Making a Difference at the End
  • Moving On
  • Help the family with their grief
  • Using hospice services
  • Medical/Care issues surrounding death and dying
  • Ethical Considerations


This course will lead to an increased understanding of the issues of coping with the end- of-life emotional challenges, while supporting staff and providing them with the ethical tools they require to cope under these difficult situations.


This course includes a pre-test to identify areas to focus on. Course content that allows you to read the material on screen or print it to read off screen and retain for future reference. A final test to demonstrate knowledge. Once the final test is competed with a 70% passing score you will be able to print your certificate immediately.

course quick facts
course code 111
cost $24.95
estimated time to
complete course
2 Hours
course materials
360 Days

Sharon K. Brothers, MSW


I liked the entire course and I will be able to use the resources given. Diane M.

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