This course, The medicalized context of bereavement, asks you to consider the experience of grief and bereavement and in particular the extent to which grieving people need professional help. The course considers the evidence for the effects of grief and the extent to which current ways of responding are helpful.
Course learning outcomes
After studying this course, you should be able to:
- Demonstrate sound knowledge and critical understanding of multifaceted and diverse approaches to death, dying and bereavement
- Explore multiple contexts of bereavement
- Integrate different experiences of death, dying and bereavement with theoretical knowledge
- Critically reflect on policy and practice in order to promote the interests of dying and bereaved people.
|Is grief a medical problem?||00:35:00|
|Section 2: Efforts to measure the effects of grief|
|Neuronal changes during grief||00:30:00|
|When grief goes wrong||01:10:00|
|Section 4: To medicate or not to medicate?|
|Using antidepressants for grief||00:40:00|
|How effective are antidepressants in general?||00:10:00|
|Are there alternatives to medication?||00:10:00|
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