end of life 1

Woody Allen once said, “It’s not that I’m afraid to die, I just don’t want to be there when it happens” (n.d.). “By excluding death from our life we cannot live a full life, and by admitting death into our life we enlarge and enrich it,”—this statement, written by a victim of the Holocaust, describes the powerful role that death has in human life (Hillesum, 2015).

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In a minimum of 200 words, post your response to the following:

Nurses are required to ask patients about their end of life wishes, including living wills and advanced directives. Think about one of these conversations and discuss the patient’s verbalizations about having this type of dialogue. How did this conversation make you feel? How often has religion become a part of the end of life conversation? Provide an example.

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  • By the due date assigned, post your responses to this Discussion Area.
  • Through the end of the module, read all of your classmates’ postings and respond to at least two classmates’ posts that differ from your opinion. Consider sharing your own experiences and interpretation of the research. Support your findings with examples and scholarly references. Apply APA standards to citation of sources.

References:

Allen, W. (n.d.) Wood Allen quotes. In BrainyQuotes.com. Retrieved from http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/w/woodyal…

Hillesum, E. (2015). Quotes from An Interrupted Life. In inward/outward.com. Retrieved from http://inwardoutward.org/quote-source/aninterrupte…