Brief Report - Journal of Primary Care and General Practice (2020) Volume 3, Issue 3
Detail - roots, that inspire the patients and their loves ones - teach the professionals in primary care.
In the dying phase, more than half of Germans would like to die at home between their families, neighborhoods, or communities. The process of dying is an integral part of life, sometimes associated with uncertainty and fear. However, it does not need to be pathologized based on medical diagnoses. Death competence is a combination of knowledge and skills that enable people to take care of them. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the character of the project. The core of the project is the ability to learn through experience. The experts - the patients and their relatives - teach the nursing trainees and students. Depending on the qualifications of the nurses, they exchange their practical, empirical knowledge and other experiences in both the practical and the theoretical phase. The aim is an individual and personal relationship process with those involved. Nurses should be given the opportunity to apply their competencies as they have learned to: Because nurses support and promote people of all ages and every situation by planning, organizing, designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating the care process.Author(s): Anja Herzog