Dorothy A. Austin
This course will draw on classical and contemporary literature of illness and dying; attention given to bereavement; caring for dying people of different faiths; last rites and funeral customs; spirituality in health care contexts; hospice care; the right to die a dignified death; the clinical skills essential to caring for those who are dying, and their families and loved ones; and the all-important ways in which death awareness and intimacy with death can be life enhancing.
Enrollment Limited: Limited to 15 students. Instructor's permission required.
Open to BTI Students: Yes
Divinity Hall Room 211
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