Patient & Family Teaching Sheets

In HPNA’s role as the lead organization in end-of-life and palliative nursing care, the Board of Directors is committed to promoting excellence in end-of-life nursing. As requested by the HPNA membership, this has been expanded to include the development of Patient & Family Teaching Sheets.

These Patient & Family Teaching Sheets are available to HPNA members, along with many other resources to help transform the care and culture of serious illness. The first three Patient & Family Teaching Sheets are available to the general public.

Teaching Sheet English Español 中国 中國
Complementary Therapies English Español 中国
Dementia English Español 中国
Final Days English Español 中国
Food and Fluid Issues English Español 中国
Grief and Mourning English Español 中国
HIV/AIDS English Español 中国 中國
Hospice Care in a Nursing Home English Español 中国
How to Prepare for Potential Bleeding English Español 中国
Managing Anxiety English Español 中国
Managing Bladder Incontinence English Español 中国
Managing Bowel Incontinence English Español 中国
Managing Constipation English Español 中国
Managing Delirium English Español 中国
Managing Depression English Español 中国
Managing Fatigue English Español 中国
Managing Nausea and Vomiting English Español 中国
Managing Opioid Induced Constipation English Español 中国
Managing Pain English Español 中国
Managing Restlessness English Español 中国
Managing Shortness of Breath English Español 中国
Palliative Care and Hospice English Español 中国
Planning Ahead for Health Care Decisions (Advance Care Planning) English Español
Preparing the Children: Infants and Toddlers English
Preparing the Children: Preschool Ages 3-5 years English
Preparing the Children: Preteens and Teens English
Preparing the Children: School Aged 6-9 years English
Psychological Distress English Español 中国
Respecting Cultural Beliefs English Español
Seizures English Español 中国
Self-Care for the Caregiver English Español 中国
Skin Care English Español 中国
Social Distress English Español 中国
Spiritual Distress English Español 中国
Subcutaneous Medication Administration Infusions English Español
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