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Active listening is also important. Listen with your "third" ear. Hear what he is saying between the lines. Hear what he is not saying but would if he could. Try to understand his feelings and thoughts from his perspective.

Death and Dying: A Christian Approach course for nursing continuing education - 10 CE hours
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Unfortunately, consensus has not been reached as to whether risk assessment should rely on clinical criteria or on early markers of (adverse) effect. Furthermore, clinical criteria are sometimes used to question the validity of early markers as diagnostic tools, thus overinterpreting and misunderstanding their actual meaning as the forerunners of potentially serious health effect rather than as diagnostic tools. Such a biased perspective leads industrial organizations (e.g., ECETOC, 1996) to conclude that "there is no basis for a neurological syndrome in man that is causally related to organic solvents", and that "resources are better deployed on the control of exposure, rather than conducting further epidemiological investigations". Recent epidemiological research on Alzheimer’s disease, which included also the most elderly, indicates that solvent exposure may be rather a strong risk factor (Kukull et al., 1995), and Axelson (1996) concluded that "new clues suggesting ultimate causes or triggering mechanisms behind some of the serious neurological disorders may be obtained from occupational epidemiology". Obviously, there is no reason to believe that scientific research should lessen preventive efforts aimed at providing healthier workplaces. Ultimately, as recently stated (Mutti, 1995), "there are three basic questions that science and society must address before any action or even priority-setting may take place: (i) how much damage to our health are we prepared to tolerate?; (ii) how many (or what proportion of) affected individuals can we accept?; and finally, (iii) how much evidence is necessary before action is undertaken?

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Your patient has just informed you he is going to die. What is the best response? This course, written from a Christian perspective, will help prepare you for those circumstances. You will learn about the normal and abnormal process related to death and dying.

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