Care of body After Death II B Sc 1st Year II Foundations of Nursing II Sana Mam II
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Jeevan Jyothi Foundation is a grass root level working NGO from Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. India registered as an NGO under Section 8 of Indian Company Act, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Govt of India.
One of the main objectives of Jeevan Jyothi Foundation is to uplift the standard of Nursing by conducting seminars, workshops, Awareness campaigns and taking online classes.
Jeevan Jyothi Foundation is having 12A and 80G of from Income Tax Department and also registered with NITI Aayog, Govt of India.
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Introduction of Jeevan Jyothi Foundation:
Food Distribution in Hospitals:
Food Distribution in Streets:
Covid 19 Relief Works:
The care of the body after death is an essential aspect of nursing that is often overlooked. It involves providing dignity and respect to the deceased person and their family members, ensuring that the body is prepared for burial or cremation according to cultural and religious traditions, and supporting the grieving process of the family.
In the second year of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, students learn about the foundations of nursing and how to provide holistic care to patients across the lifespan, including those who have passed away. The course on care of the body after death focuses on the practical skills and knowledge required to manage the deceased person’s body, including cleaning, dressing, and positioning the body, preparing it for transportation to the funeral home or morgue, and completing all necessary documentation.
The course also covers the emotional and spiritual aspects of caring for the deceased and their families. Students learn how to communicate sensitively with grieving family members, provide emotional support, and facilitate cultural and religious practices related to death and mourning.
Overall, the care of the body after death is an essential aspect of nursing that requires compassion, cultural competence, and attention to detail. By providing dignified and respectful care to the deceased and their families, nurses can help ease the burden of grief and provide comfort during a difficult time.