The full-time employees in an inpatient hospice face particular challenges. The regular treatment of dying people and their dependents and relatives as well as the demanding nursing care of the wounds requires suitable methods for reflection. Against this background, combined with a conspicuously high fluctuation of employees and a high illness rate, the team takes part in team days. The aim of the study is to record the experiences and effects of these team days from the point of view of full-time employees. The research design includes both qualitative and quantitative elements and the findings point to the central importance of a processually developed palliative attitude.