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HLTENN010 Apply a palliative approach in nursing practice

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Assessment overview The aim of this assessment is to assess your knowledge and performance in applying a palliative approach in nursing practice.
Assessment event number 1 of 3
Instructions for this assessment This is a written assessment that assesses your knowledge of the unit.

This assessment is in two parts:

1.      Short answer questions

2.      Palliative Care Nursing plans

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Part 1: Short answer questions

Read each question carefully then answer in the spaces provided, using relevant resources including textbooks and reputable internet sources. Ensure you take note of the word count, where indicated.

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  1. Why is it important for people requiring a palliative approach to care to consider advance care planning (ACP)? Your answer should be between 50-80 words.
Because palliative care is aimed at improving the quality of life for those with a life-limiting disease, advance care planning (ACP) should be considered by those who require palliative care. Quality palliative care necessitates advance care planning. Palliative care patients should be urged to choose a substitute decision-maker and to document their health and treatment choices in an advance directive.
  1. In New South Wales (NSW) what is the role of the substitute decision makers in advance care planning? Your answer should be between 60-80 words.
If a person has lost the ability to make their own health care decisions, a replacement decision-maker steps in to fill the void. Health care decisions are made by a substitute decision-maker. Substitute decision-makers’ decisions have the same legal effect as if the subject had capacity and decided for themselves. If the person lacking capacity has an Advance Care Directive that relates to the case, the decision will not need to be made by a replacement decision-maker.
  1. In NSW what is contained in an advanced care directive (ACD) with regard to preferences for care and the person’s decisions? Your answer should be between 40-50 words.
A person’s end-of-life care will be better if they have an advance directive in place. The advance care plan is formalised through a health care advance directive. Each individual’s requirements, values, and choices for future care might be included in the directive, along with information on a replacement decision-maker. It should incorporate the patient’s well-documented treatment preferences. When a person dies, they can specify what medical procedures they want or don’t want by signing an Advance Care Directive.
  1. In NSW what are the requirements for notification of a death by a medical practitioner? Your answer should be between 40-50 words.
In New South Wales, the Medical Certificate of Cause of Death must be completed within 48 hours after a person’s death. To make sure this happens, the Verification of Death form should include the contact information for the doctor who will prepare the Medical Certificate of Cause of Death.

Watch the Donate Life Scinamation

  1. According to this video, what are the eligibility consideration for organ donation? Your answer should be between 20-50 words.
For your organs to decompose fast, you must be placed in an intensive care unit in a hospital. This implies that even if you die somewhere else, they won’t be in a condition to donate blood. To be eligible to donate organs, a person must either have “Irreversible cessation of all brain function” or “Irreversible stoppage of blood flow in the body” proclaimed as legally dead (Death Definition Act 1983)

  1. What would happen if a person requiring a palliative approach to care expresses their wish to donate their organs in their ACP, but after death, the family disagrees? Your answer should be between 20-50 words.
Even if a person has registered their intention to be a donor, relatives in Australia are required to provide their approval to organ and tissue donation. Next of kin of deceased individuals may be asked if they are willing to give their organs and tissues for transplantation in the event of their death. Even if you decided to be an organ donor, s/he has the right to refuse to give your tissues and organs.

  1. When providing care throughout the end of life process, what kind of issues can an enrolled nurse address with the person, family and/or carers, to gather information on any diverse cultural, religious and spiritual choices and needs during end-of-life care? Your answer should be between 50-80 words.
As a palliative care provider, you should be aware of any religious or spiritual beliefs or practises a patient may have.

The concept of cultural safety refers to creating an atmosphere in which the individual’s culture and religious beliefs are respected. Palliative patients’ spiritual demands may include things like completing tasks and “making peace” with loved ones, or they may be religious or spiritual in nature, depending on the patient’s preferences.

  1. In the “Issues” column below, for each of the groups, briefly describe the needs and important factors to be considered when providing a palliative care approach. In the “Support” column, identify one service available to this group for grief and bereavement support.

Your answer should be between 50-80 words for the response for each group.

Diverse Group Issues Support
People who identify as LGBTI Discrimination against people based on their sexual orientation, gender identity, or intersex status should be avoided. Social worker/Counselor
Refugees and asylum seekers Respecting the country of origin of the person when providing care. Support from loved ones in the role of an interpreter
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people Respecting the cultural ideas about the end-of-life period while providing compassionate treatment. An indigenous liasion employee

Guidance Counselor for the Family

People from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds Equal attention is given to each individual’s cultural background. While maintaining decency and respect for the individual, even if they are unable to communicate in English. Interpretor

Having the help of one’s own family

People with an intellectual disability A person’s disability should not be used as an excuse for ignoring or disrespecting them while caring for them. Care for the person and their family with respect and support. Having the help of one’s own family

Personnel in the field of social services

a specialist in this field is known as a speech-

Occupation therapy

People living in rural and remote areas Regardless of their location, all patients should receive high-quality care. Make sure they’re comfortable and treated equally as well. Worker in the field of social services

Having the help of one’s own family

Public health nurses

Older people and people living with dementia Be patient and provide support to the individual and their family while delivering treatment. Reassure the patient if they begin to feel uneasy about their surroundings and reassure them whenever possible. nursing facilities



Children and adolescents It is essential to make the youngster feel safe and comfortable when providing care. If your youngster is nervous, ask for their help. Counsellor

Having the help of one’s own family

For each of the issues listed below, explain the ethical and legal issues that may occur in relation to personal values and decisions made by or for the person requiring a palliative approach to care.

  1. Requests to withhold information. Your answer should be approx. 50 words.
Be respectful of people, but also be respectful of the reality that the patient is ultimately in charge of their own care and treatment decisions. They have the right to hold on to their beliefs and ideals without interference from others. As a physician, it is unethical to conceal information from a patient, and you should always keep the patient informed.
  1. Withdrawing or withholding treatment (for example, antibiotics). Your answer should be approx. 50 words.
If a patient has an advanced directive in place, withholding or withdrawing treatment should only be done if necessary. It is possible to alter an advanced directive in accordance with the wishes of the patient. All medical therapy must be given.

  1. Provision of nutrition and hydration. Your answer should be approx. 50 words.
The ethical dilemma with this type of care is that the patient must be regularly fed and hydrated without the use of force. A referral to a nutritionist might be appropriate if the patient is encountering problems. In addition, keep a close eye on the patient and alert the RN or team leader if anything seems off.
  1. Request for assistance to die. Your answer should be approx. 50 words.
It is against nursing ethics for a nurse to aid a patient in dying. Patients who are nearing the end of their lives should instead be provided with comfort and calm. Always be there for the patient and give them the best treatment possible..
  1. Refuse autopsy of a deceased relative in palliative care. Your answer should be approx. 50 words.
The family has no control over whether or not the autopsy is performed. However, the forensics must inform the family of the relevance of the autopsy procedure.

  1. What are four indications and contraindications for the use of syringe drivers for pain relief? Complete the table below.
Indications Contradictions
There is a lot of vomiting and nausea for the patient. Weakness
Oral medication absorption is poor. Dysphagia
blockage of the bowels Fatigue
Pain can’t be alleviated by using oral medications. Ulcers of the mucosa
  1. The table below includes health professional that can be part of a multidisciplinary team for providing palliative care. Explain their roles and responsibilities when planning palliative care for a person. Your answer should be between 50-70 words for the response for each group.

Table 2 Short answer

Health Professional Role and responsibilities
Enrolled Nurse Palliative care for the elderly will be provided by both enrolled nurses and registered nurses. Included in their duties is:

providing care workers with guidance and leadership

coordinating with the family

Registered Nurse Palliative care for the elderly will be provided by both enrolled nurses and registered nurses. Included in their duties is:

GPs, allied health professionals, palliative care teams, and emergency departments work together to provide coordinated treatment.

carrying out needs assessments, care planning, and care evaluation and evaluation.

Dietitian With the help of palliative care, the dietician may offer nutritional treatment for patients with serious illnesses, helping both the patient and his or her family members.
Physiotherapist Patients with musculoskeletal disorders, such as back pain, neck discomfort, or joint or muscle stiffness, may benefit from the services of a physiotherapist.
Occupational Therapist (OT) People with a palliative disease can benefit greatly from the assistance of an occupational therapist in remaining active in their daily lives and preparing for a happy death. With the help of occupational therapists, caregivers of persons with palliative illnesses can get support, education, and training.
Social worker Psychosocial evaluations, care coordination, counselling and therapy, crisis intervention, and teaching patients and families about their treatment plan and the resources and support networks available are all fundamental roles of palliative social workers.
Speech pathologists Palliative care speech pathologists assist patients improve their communication skills via the use of a variety of communication techniques, tools, and systems, such as sign language and other augmentative and alternative communication methods. They help the family, caregivers, and doctors to employ communication techniques that are most effective.
Psychologist A psychologist in palliative care helps a patient recognise and express feelings of loss or sadness. spirituality, hope, and the desire for meaning in life are some of the things that existential counselling may assist with. communication and exploration of relational or emotional concerns with one’s family members

  1. Refer to the Practice Centre on the Australian Government Department of Health site palliAGED

In your own words, describe self-care and why it matters to staff members and yourself? Your answer should be between 30 – 50 words.

To me, self-care entails taking care of one’s physical and mental well-being in order to be able to carry out one’s daily tasks, care for those around one, and aid those in need.

Sometimes, as a nurse, I put the needs of others before of my own. As an enrolled nurse, this is understandable. I need to take care of my mental, physical, and social well-being regardless of the challenges I encounter at work and at home. This also applies to the entire team.

  1. Outline the impact loss and grief has on the individual person who is receiving palliative care, their family or carers and the staff members involved in their care. Your answer should be between 30-50 words per section.

Table 3 Short answer

Person Distress, rage, insomnia, withdrawal, discomfort, and anguish.
Family or carer Feel remorse, anxiety, and other negative emotions.
Staff members Bereavement, feelings of powerlessness, and a lack of capacity to work.

Whilst most palliative patients will not be subject to Coronial inquest, nursing staff should be aware of the Coroners Act and the criteria that determine a “reportable death”.

  1. Research the Coroners Act 2009 on the internet, for the purposes of this Act in what circumstances is a death a “reportable death”? Please provide the four different circumstances listed in the Act.
·         The identity of the person is unknown.

·         Violent or unnatural death was the cause.

·         Unusual circumstances surround the demise of the victim.

·         There hasn’t been a death certificate issued yet, and there isn’t one on the way.

For questions 19 to 21, provide a summary of what is required for the care of the body after death, including verification of death, clinical assessment of death and standard precautions.

  1. Verification of death. Your answer should be between 30-60 words.
There are many different ways to determine whether or not a person has died. There must be a medical examiner who verifies death. Licensed nurses, registered midwives, and skilled paramedics can verify death in circumstances where a medical practitioner is unavailable.

  1. Clinical assessment of death. Your answer should be between 30-60 words.
To prove that life is extinct, a clinical evaluation is carried out. A licenced physician, registered nurse, or certified nurse midwife may typically determine the absence of life by utilising a standard regime of clinical examination instruments to evaluate cardiac output, neurological symptoms, and respiratory state. For a minimum of one minute, a patient’s vital indicators such as pulse, heartbeat, breathing effort, and pupillary reaction are all part of the clinical evaluation.

  1. Standard precautions. Your answer should be between 30-60 words.
·         Do not come into contact with the deceased’s blood or other bodily fluids.

·         Put on personal safety gear (PPE)

·         A waterproof dressing or bandage should be applied to any cuts or abrasions.

·         Keep your eyes, lips, and nose away from your body.

·         Maintain a high standard of personal hygiene at all times. Hand hygiene can be done by using an alcohol-based hand massage or by washing hands with liquid soap and water.

·         Avoid the use of sharp objects when examining the corpse and when disposing of the garbage and decontaminating the area.

  1. Provide the details of at least five resources or support services that an Enrolled Nurse can provide (or offer to provide) to families and carers immediately following the death of a loved one.
Grief and Bereavement Center of Australia

Bereavement counselling, support groups, and information for grieving adults, adolescents, and children and their families. Additionally, it offers health care workers the chance to further their education and training.


Online and telephone bereavement support (operates between midday and 3am).


Services for the terminally sick, the bereaved, and their relatives that are both extensive and easily accessible.


Suicide prevention and crisis intervention services are available by phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

  1. After providing end of life support to families, what kind of self-care strategies can you implement to sustain your own social and emotional well-being? Give two examples for each domain.

Table 5 Short answer

Domain of self-care strategies Examples
Physical self-care strategies 1.      Get into the habit of sleeping at the same time each night.
2.      Eat a nutritious diet.
Social self-care strategies 1.      Going out to dinner or a movie with loved ones.
2.      Arrange a get-together.
Inner self-care strategies 1.      Getting some rest or spending some time outside in the fresh air.
2.      Self-reflective journaling
  1. How can you and your colleagues access professional debriefing? Provide two strategies. Your answer should be between 30-50 words.
1.      Attend staff meetings to learn more about what’s going on right now.
2.      Speak with a supervisor or coworker and ask for suggestions on how to enhance your job output.


  1. In the table below are some commonly used medications used in syringe drivers and intima subcut lines for patients receiving palliative care. Complete the table by providing detail to describe what the medication is used for.

Table 6 Short answer

Medication Use
Fentanyl Pain or severe renal failure can be alleviated with this drug.
Haloperidol Treatment for delirium and severe dementia-related agitation in the last stages of the disease
Hyoscine Butylbromide Secretions are treated with this.
Ketamine Hydrochloride Analgesic for neuropathic pain that has not responded to other first-line medications.
Metoclopramide To alleviate symptoms of nausea and vomiting.
Midazolam Used to calm a person who is agitated.
Morphine In the treatment of pain.
Ondansetron To alleviate symptoms of nausea and vomiting.

 Part 2: Palliative Nursing Care Plans

Specific instructions

Completing Palliative Nursing Care plans will assist you to identify the needs of the person, family, and carers during the palliative approach to health care. In this task you will need to complete the Nursing Care Plans based on the knowledge you have obtained during this unit of study and your own personal research

  1. Nursing assessment and identification of actual or potential problems – In this column, you should document how you would gather the information needed to identify the features of the actual or potential issue. The information may be obtained: –
  • directly from the client or from significant others
  • by physical examination using the techniques of inspection, palpation, percussion or auscultation
  • by assessment tools
  • from information, assessment and collaborative care from another member of the palliative interdisciplinary healthcare team
  1. Planning – In this column you start planning by documenting and identifying the patient’s goals and what nursing care needs to be implemented to achieve these goals. In order to ensure goals are practical and reasonable applying the acronym SMART is helpful:
  • Be clear about what the goal is — include specifics such as ‘who, where, when, why and what’.
  • Set goals that are measurable. The goal should include a quantity of ‘how much’ or ‘how many’, ‘how long’
  • Set goals that are reasonable. Setting a harder goal might lead to a better outcome, but only as long as it achievable.
  • Set goals that are practical for the person requiring a palliative approach to care, the environment, and the healthcare team.
  • Time-related.Set a timeframe and have an endpoint.
  • Implementation – in this column you are expected to outline the nursing actions and interventions needed to help the person achieve the goal that has been set. These interventions benefit patients in a predictable and expected way. These interventions may be independent nursing interventions or collaborative interventions with a member of the interdisciplinary palliative healthcare team; a nursing colleague; a carer; the person requiring a palliative approach to care or a family member
  1. Evaluation is the final stage – in this stage, you need to determine if the intervention has been effective. As this is an assessment task only, you will need to identify and document the process or processes you would use to determine the extent to which the set goal has been achieved.
  1. Complete the palliative nursing care plan for a person who requires the maintenance of oral health.

The maintenance of oral health is related to the changes in the hydration and nutritional requirements of a person during palliative care and at end-of-life.

Refer to specific instruction listed above to clarify what information is expected in each column

Table 7 Nursing care plan

Nursing Assessment and Identification of Actual or Potential issue Planning Implementation Evaluation – assessment of the desired outcome
Actual problem – oral health

Nursing assessment: Dehydration or pharmaceutical side effects might cause a patient’s mouth to become dry.

Specific                                    ☐

Measurable                             ☐

Achievable                               ☐

Realistic                                    ☐

Time-bound                              ☒


The planning of the oral health problem is to be time bound and measured in terms of side effects.

If the patient is experiencing dry and cracked lips, make sure they are drinking enough water and using lip balm to keep them moist.

The patient will be hydrated and the danger of infection will be minimised as a result of these measures.

The success of the plan will be assessed on the basis of relief and safety and other performance criteria.

  1. Complete the palliative nursing care plan for personal care who has the potential problem of cachexia in relation to changes to their hydration and nutrition requirement during palliative care and end of life

Refer to specific instruction to clarify what information is expected in each column

Table 8 Nursing care plan

Nursing Assessment and Identification of Actual or Potential issue Planning Implementation Evaluation – assessment of the desired outcome
Potential problem – Cachexia

Assessment: Extreme weight loss and muscular atrophy have occurred in this patient.


Specific                                    ☐

Measurable                             ☐

Achievable                               ☒

Realistic                                    ☒

Time-bound                             ☐

This can be achieved with the help of measuring Weights that can cause the weight loss change in patient.

Make sure the patient is getting enough nourishment by ensuring they are consuming a lot of food and water. Refer the patient to a nutritionist. Check the Pt’s weight on a daily basis to determine if it’s decreasing or increasing. Patients will begin to gain weight as a result of these therapies after they have been put in place.
  1. Complete a palliative nursing care plan for pain management including common non-pharmaceutical and complementary care for a person requiring a palliative approach to care

Refer to specific instruction to clarify what information is expected in each column

Table 9 Nursing care plan

Nursing Assessment and Identification of Actual or Potential issue Planning Implementation Evaluation – assessment of the desired outcome
Pain Management – Non pharmaceutical and complementary care

Nursing assessment:

The patient may be in discomfort as a result of pressure sores that have developed.


Specific                                    ☐

Measurable                             ☐

Achievable                               ☐

Realistic                                    ☐

Time-bound                             ☐

This can be achieved with the help of assessing complementary care that can cause the discomfort and pressure in stores

Keep the patient in the same posture for two hours every day by providing them with a cushion. The skin should be kept clean and dry, and pressure areas should be taken care of. The patient’s discomfort and pressure sores will decrease as a result of these therapies. Skin integrity is less likely to be compromised in the future.

  1. Complete a nursing care plan of pain management including medication administered using a syringe driver or intima sub cut lines for a person requiring a palliative approach to care

Refer to specific instruction to clarify what information is expected in each column

Table 10 Nursing care plan

Nursing Assessment and Identification of Actual or Potential issue Planning Implementation Evaluation – assessment of the desired outcome
Maintenance and usage of subcut line pain relief, anti-nausea, and steroid injection Specific                                    ☐

Measurable                             ☐

Achievable                               ☐

Realistic                                    ☐

Time-bound                             ☐

Planning can be done with the help of achieving the pain relief with the help of steroid injection.

Name four indications for the use of sub cut lines

1. Vomiting and/or severe diarrhoea.

2. Dysphagia.

3. A patient who is either unconscious or medicated.

4. Inability of oral medications to be absorbed.

For patients, the danger of infection is reduced by using a subcut line, which provides enough pain relief.

  1. In reference to the relevant organisational procedure “Administration of subcutaneous medications in Palliative Care: a) Intermittent b) Via a syringe driver”

Complete a nursing care plan for the management of syringe drivers to administer pain relief, antinausea and steroid injections.

Refer to specific instruction to clarify what information is expected in each column

Table 11 Nursing care plan

Nursing Assessment and Identification of Actual or Potential issue Planning Implementation Evaluation – assessment of the desired outcome
Care and use of syringe driver Keep the area around the tube clean and dry, and check it every four hours. According to the above procedure document, what are the indication and contraindication for use of a syringe driver:

·         Due to nausea and vomiting, the patient is unable to eat or drink.

·         Oral medication absorption is poor.

·         The patient is waking and falling asleep often.

Syringe drivers allow patients to remain comfortable since their plasma medication concentrations are maintained at a steady level throughout the day, providing consistent therapeutic drug levels.


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