|Course affiliated with (name of Organization/University)||Federal University of Minas Gerais|
|Address||Rua das guabirobas 01 cep 31744012|
|The program leads an official or formal degree?||Yes|
|Frequency||Once per year|
|Cost of full tuition and fees||Free for all|
|Director||Dra. Alzira Jorge|
|Contact name||Dra. Daniela Charnizon|
|Learning objectives 1||To recognize patients with diseases / suffering and with appropriate tools ( prognostic tools) identify the phase of the disease to provide proportional treatment , centered in the patients values and with focus on symptom control, good communication and multidisciplinary team. Provide best practices in palliative care with multidimensional approach focused on dignity|
|Learning objectives 2||To promote communication skills - considering diagnosis, prognosis and end of live care
To provide adequate communication with patients and family's , favoring cope
|Learning objectives 3||To manage assertively the most common symptoms that occur in pacientes facing serious disease .
Good practice in the use of opioid and other medications necessary at the end of life and how to combine pharmacological treatment with non pharmacological.
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Last update: November 27, 2023
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