referance style: Harvard Australia style Task Description: The purpose of the assessment is for you to critically reflect upon your role in the care of a person approaching the end of life (someone who has withdrawn from haemodialysis). You should include a well-developed application of unit concepts in recognising the last year of life, responding to peoples’ needs and negotiating goals of care. You should incorporate an analysis of the changing patterns of death and dying relevant to your patient who has stopped dialysis, discussing how these have influenced trajectories of decline for people living with life-limiting illnesses. You will identify relevant assessments to address potential unmet needs, communication strategies that facilitate achieving person-centred goals of care and interventions that support the person’s physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing. Your assignment should demonstrate the integration of scholarly literature and evidence of engagement with recommended resources. Assessment Criteria: Discuss the changing patterns of dying and death and their influence on trajectories of decline relevant to the case supported by scholarly literature. Establish appropriate communication strategies for the case supported by scholarly literature. Discuss relevant assessments to address unmet needs supported by scholarly literature. Discuss interventions that support the person’s physical, mental and spiritual well-being supported by scholarly literature. Reflect on your professional and personal development in regard to caring for a person approaching the end of life.