Educator remembered for impact on end-of-life care, "crying class"

02/16/2012 | Nurse.com

Nurse researcher and educator Jeanne Quint Benoliel died last month and is being remembered for her contributions to the University of Washington School of Nursing, where she established graduate program focused on training nurse leaders for community-based care for patients with advanced cancer. Nursing educator Barbara McGrath, a former student of Benoliel's, said her death and dying class was "infamous." "The first day she announced that we cannot help others deal with their impending deaths until we have examined our own feelings. We called it the crying class," McGrath said.

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