Not Can We, but Should We?: Ethical Considerations in Fetal and Perinatal Bereavement Interventions

Dignity and respect are essential to therapeutic bereavement support. Presenters will share iiia standard of care supporting ethical child life programming in fetal and perinatal loss. Case presentations, group discussion, and lecture will guide participants to understand ethical inventions for grieving families and explore self-care strategies.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

■ Explain evidence based practice supporting therapeutic interventions within fetal and perinatal loss.

■ Apply ethical responsibility to child life assessment when providing keepsakes during fetal and perinatal bereavements.

■ Reevaluate current ethical assessments within bereavement practices

■ Utilize the Child Life Council’s “Code of Ethical Responsibility” when providing therapeutic bereavement interventions for patients and families.

■ Gain understanding of and be inspired to practice a variety of self-care strategies.

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Not Can We, but Should We?: Ethical Considerations in Fetal and Perinatal Bereavement Interventions Certificate
1.50 PDU credits  |  Certificate available
1.50 PDU credits  |  Certificate available