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NUR 102-chpt 49

Loss & Greiving

Grief characteristic pattern of psychololgical and physiologic responses one experiences after the loss of a significant person, object, belief, or relationship. Encompasses the entire range of physical, psychological, cognitive, behavioral responses to a loss
Loss experience of parting with an object, person, belief, or relationship one values.
anticipatory grieving pattern of psychological and physiologic responses to an impending loss
bereavement state of desolation due to loss. persons total response to a loss including emotional, physical, social, cognitive responses.
What are Kubler-Ross' stages of dying? denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance
Name some things to consider when determining nursing interventions that are designed to help families or caregivers who are grieving. maintain a caring presence consider the developmental stage they are in understand factors that influence grieving process
At about what age do children start to understand death as being irreversible, universal, inevitable, and natural? 9
dysfunctional grief grief that falls outside the normal response range and may be exaggerated or prolonged or absent
Created by: jessicaspring