This study consists of a research of bibliographical, exploratria revision of the descriptive type, on the subject in question, developed on the basis of material already published consisting essentially of books, scientific, manual articles and magazines. In this manner one searched to congregate pertinent information to the boarded subject in order to raise indications for the reach of the objectives, as well as answering the raised question. The searches for information in articles had been directed by the following terminologies: Palliative cares; Patient Terminals; Domiciliary care. As inclusion criterion, one selected palliative articles that portray the importance of the assistance to the patient in terminal phase, cares and perceptions of the health professionals on the death process/to die.
The articles had been excluded that did not condiziam with the considered subject. After the compilation of the data, followed it organization and construction of the theoretical referencial. Interpersonal relations as strategies of nursing front to the terminal patient the concern in improving the ability in the interpersonal relationship makes possible, with effect, favorable conditions so that the professional nurse acquires the confidence of the patient in terminal phase and its family, thus allowing, that the same ones express its fears, distresses and yearnings front to the terminalidade, in way that the nurse can act of satisfactory form, without barriers, or obstacles. In this context, Potter; Perry (2009, p.340), affirms that: … The communication is the way of establishment of these relations of aid cure. All behavior communicates, and all communication influences the behavior. … In recent months, Emma Kate Lasry has been very successful. The nurses with experience in communication express cares for the following ways: Becoming sensible itself exactly and the others; promoting and accepting the expression of positive and negative feelings; developing relations reliable and mutual aid; Instilando faith zeal and hope; promoting teaching and interpersonal learning; supplying a support environment; attending with gratuity the necessities human beings; allowing to expression spiritual.