Presented by: Kabamba Kananga Herve, Mukaya Kananga Simplice, Mubeneshayi Kananga Anselme
Health care in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has experienced a significant deterioration over the past 10 years, including a decline in the quality of care, the poverty rate of patients and their families, and the dilapidation of basic facilities. Faced with this great challenge, Social workers are at the heart of maintaining the quality of life of patients and their families. Social care is seen more widely in R D Congo, it can range from taking medicines to serious problems; Ethnic, cultural, spiritual and bereavement.
Given the different professionals involved in palliative patients, namely the medical corps, the traditional practitioners, the spiritual referents,
Social workers play an important role in accompanying patients while remaining neutral.
Bereavement management is very important because it takes into account the different factors, including language, culture, relationships and spirituality. The social worker is the person best suited to accompany families During the time of mourning that usually begins at diagnosis until death
View high number of bereavement , The intervention of social care becomes a real public health problem in RD Congo