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Table 1 Intervention programme modules

From: Nurses’ knowledge and attitudes towards palliative care and death: a learning intervention

Module Video segment
Module 1: Life & Death 1st week
• Life 1. Origin of life (15’14”)
2. Where does the human being come from (12’54”)
3. Thinking about an individual life (9’35”)
4. Living in the moment (9’9”)
5. Diversity of lives (3’34”)
6. Meaning of life (12’8”)
• Death 7. Nature of death (10’42”)
8. Death is someone else’s business (8’2”)
9. Being towards death (11’19”)
10. Fear of death (11’5”)
11. Surviving beyond death (12’33”)
12. Meaning of death (11’57”)
• Death with Dignity 2nd week
13. What is dignity? (9’57”)
14. Could death be achieved with dignity (10’30”)
15. Understanding death with dignity (9’8”)
16. Necessity of death with dignity (8’29”)
17. Influencing factors of death with dignity (8’45”)
18. Enlightenment of death with dignity (3’29”)
• Dying 19. What is dying? (14’11”)
20. What is the dying experience? (8’33”)
21. Kubler Roth’s view of the dying experience (12’10”)
22. Moody’s research on the dying experience (7’17”)
23. Research status on the dying experience (9’17”)
24. Cases of the dying experience (18’27”)
25. Non-soul theory about the dying experience (3’46”)
• Death Education 26. Death culture and the education of life and death (30 ‘24”)
27. What is death education? (8’29”)
28. Aim of death education (9’33”)
29. Theme of death education (9’16”)
30. Development process of death education (5’22”)
31. Practice of death education (6’22”)
Module 2: Palliative Care Nursing 3rd week
32. Concept of palliative carea (8’32”)
33. Philosophy of palliative care (6’29”)
34. Development process of palliative care (7’59”)
35. Target population of palliative care (10’14”)
36. Importance of palliative care (6’50”)
37. Theoretical basis of palliative care (7’40”)
38. Pain relief and palliative care (7’52”)
39. Meaning of palliative care (4’44”)
Module 3: Counselling for
Bereavement & Grief
40. What is bereavement and grief counselling? (10’30”)
41. Necessity of counselling for bereavement and grief (5’29”)
42. Aim of counselling for bereavement and grief (6’45”)
43. Practice of counselling for bereavement and grief (6’34”)
44. Principle of counselling for bereavement and grief (10’38”)
45. Contents and methods of counselling for bereavement and grief (9’19”)
  1. aConcept of palliative care refers to the WHO definition of palliative care [31]