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The Toolkit for Nursing
Excellence at End-of-Life Transitions (TNEEL) is an educational
tool designed to teach nursing students how to care for people who
are facing the end of life. TNEEL includes many nursing topics
including symptom and pain management, communication and relationships
with patients, families and healthcare team members, grief, loss,
bereavement, hope, complementary comfort therapies, spiritual and
psychosocial needs and epidemiology of dying.
TNEEL is a computerized
learning tool delivered on CD-ROM.
Multi-media components such as audio, video, graphics, photographs
and animation are used to create an interactive program using
real-life examples of individuals and families experiencing end-of-life
transitions. The goal of the TNEEL teaching tool is to help students
actively engage in meaningful activities in order to learn
about healthcare of persons facing the end of life.
The TNEEL-NE demo version
presents one of the six topic areas in order to show TNEEL's functions. The demo version is limited and features such
as the Save, Search, Index and Site Map have been disabled. The
TNEEL-NE demo contains examples of video and audio resources that
may be too large for users who connect to the Web using a modem.
1. Navigation Menu Page-This
menu allows you to choose one of the six TNEEL topics. In the demo,
the topic Connections is the only one presented.
2. Nursing Courses Page
- This page lists eight standard nursing courses and suggests TNEEL-NE
topic materials that can be incorporated into each of the courses.
3. Connections Menu
Page - This page allows you to choose one of the three modules that
contain example material.
4. Connections Modules
Pages-- In each of the three teaching modules you can choose to
view the different element pages that make up a TNEEL-NE module.