Internal Medicine Grand Rounds-11988
8/10/2010,
Guha Krishnaswamy, M.D.
Reports there is NOT a financial interest/arrangement of affiliation with one or more organizations which could be perceived as a real or apparent COI in the context of this presentation.
This Continuing Medical Education activity has not received support from any commercial source.
'Living and Dying: The Human and Spiritual Experience'
At the conclusion of this activity, participants should be able to:
How well did this activity meet the stated learning objectives?
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Develop insights into mortality          
Understand dying in the correct spiritual context          
Accept ones own mortality          
Discuss the difficult issues of living and dying with friends, family and patients          
Speaker presentation skills          
Content          
Balanced, Objectives          
Evidenced Based          
Appropriate for intended audience          
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Free of commercial bias    
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How well did this activity address a need you have in your practice          
The major challenges which arise when we face a terminal illness are:
A. Wanting a painless and brief death
B. Preferring to die at home
C. Not wanting to die alone
D. Having a good relationship with the caregivers
E. All of the above
ABCDE
Correct Answer: E          
Based on what you heard today
What new information/strategy do you plan to implement into your clinical practice?
What challenges or barriers might prevent you from implementing this new information/strategy?
What topics do you feel need to be addressed in future CME activities in this clinical area or others?
If you have questions, concerns, or comments about this activity, please contact: Barbara Sucher, M.B.A., Associate Dean for CME cmeadean@etsu.edu or 423.439.8081.