Lady Death Stories
Because death is part of life
What is it?
The set of narratives that strengthen hope in all societies is dreams and the mystery of immortality. Those who die always leave a legacy, a possibility for reflection on life and living collectively.
We will all die one day, we just don't know when, by the natural law of life. The death of a child is not always as expected, because of old age or illness open a range of possibilities to transform these moments into actions and welcoming perspectives.
To build positive stories from experiences or stories about death that has occurred from dying, killing, or just frightening.
To present and discuss the five stages of dying: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.
To rescue memories, mix and create through the collective, new stories and illustrations about the consciousness of death and dying, to compose the Story Bank: the portal www.bisbiblotecaviva.org.br
Target audience : Health and education professionals and students; society at large and volunteer workers.
Death and dying and mourning for those who stay
To demystify, discuss and reflect on death and dying from the stages of understanding and awareness of what has been lost or brought necessary gains to transform well-being, where longing and good memories will be continuous adjuvants to the history of those who stay.
Humanization in conflict mediation to live, coexist and die
Reflect on the globalized, fast, individualistic, and technological world, where the human being is dehumanized by the machine, social networks, systems, artificial intelligence, and lack of dialogue.
Palliative care: Less pain, more love and empathy
To offer participants a perspective of humanized assistance regarding the last stages of a disease with a prognosis of incurability. The comfort and hospitality of these people require the involvement of the family and/or caregivers, hospital caregivers and integrative medicine.
Death and legacy of existence: Appreciative stories
To build positive stories from experiences or stories about death that has occurred from dying, killing, or just frightening. We will apply the methodology(*) APPRECIATIVE HISTORIES (Based on the Appreciative Inquiry), developed by David Copperrider. To recall memories, to mix and create through the collective new stories and illustrations about the consciousness of death and dying of loved ones and their legacies.
Art of dying: Culture of peace values - OPEN MIC: Stories from Lady Death
Fear of death, a natural phenomenon, for the great majority has always aroused much mystery in both religion and science. We unintentionally blaspheme for silly reasons, usually when we must do something unbearable and unavoidable, or more real, the loss of our job, of a great love, of the purse or the stock market, of body and sense movements, of youth, of human values among others, paralyze us.
Date : November 03rd to 07th
Location USP Nursing School - Av. Dr. Enéas Carvalho de Aguiar, 419 – Cerqueira César, São Paulo – SP, 05403-000
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