In the 2020/21 academic year, the interdisciplinary laboratory will offer reflection on the role played by the social service in the field of palliative care, in light of the core curriculum in palliative care recently released by the Ministry of the University. Coordinators: Prof.ssa Cristina Lonardi, prof. Sandro Stanzani.
Lessons will be held in person, with the possibility of following them from a distance.
The dates of the lessons are as follows: February 24; 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 March; 14, 21, 28 April; 5, 12, 19 May.
Interventions are foreseen by experts and witnesses of the sector, who will mainly intervene at a distance.
Here are their names: Cristina Lonardi; Linda Napolitano; Elisa Spada, Tiziana Mondin; Giovanna Lonardi; Giuseppe Moretto; Debora Viviani.
In the lessons the following topics will be addressed:
Laboratory presentation: palliative care and social service.
The sociological view on palliative care
Sociology, death and the Hospice movement
The perspective of philosophy on palliative care
Medicine and palliative care
The professional profile of the Social Worker in Hospice: skills, daily work
Mourning and Happy Death Processing
Dignity at the end of life
The contribution of third sector associations in the field of palliative care
Emotions: know them, name them
Closing of the workshop, discussion in small groups and in plenary
The learning activity will be evaluated through a written text to be delivered to the coordinators with which the object will be agreed.
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