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Key concepts in palliative care

Author: Moyra A Baldwin; Jan Woodhouse
Publisher: London : SAGE, 2011.
Series: SAGE key concepts.
Edition/Format:   eBook : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Do you need a succinct introduction to the key theories and principles of palliative care and their application to practice? 'Key Concepts in Palliative Care' provides just this in a compact, fifty-concept guide to the field.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Case studies
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Moyra A Baldwin; Jan Woodhouse
ISBN: 9781446248003 1446248003
OCLC Number: 787852241
Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 245 p.)
Contents: Introduction - Moyra A Baldwin and Jan Woodhouse Agencies: Resources for Adults with a Palliative Care Need in the UK - Helen Fruin Attributes of Palliative Caring - Moyra A Baldwin Caring for the Adult: 'A Reversal of Roles' - Virginia C Williams Caring for the Carers - Sheila Payne Caring for the Child with Palliative Care Needs - Yvonne Flood Caring for the Older Person - Victoria Ridgway Caring for Young People - Amanda Humphreys and Pat Rose Communication - Jan Woodhouse Concept of Death - Jill McCarthy Coronial Process - Richard Griffith Cultural Issues in Palliative Care - Shirley Firth Death - Jane Quigley Environment of Care: Palliative Care within the Acute Hospital Care Ward - John Costello Finance Issues and the Organization of Palliative Care - Peter Hartland Financial Aspects for Patients and Carers - Jan Woodhouse Funerals - Jan Woodhouse Good Death - Moyra A Baldwin and Jan Woodhouse The Globalization of Palliative Care - Lynda Prescott Holism - Moyra A Baldwin and Joanne Greenwood Hospice Movement and Evolution of Palliative Care - Moyra A Baldwin Information Technology - Dion Smyth Legal and Ethical Issues in Palliative Care - Barbara Beard Loss, Grief and Bereavement - Jan Woodhouse Marginalized Groups - Elizabeth Mason-Whitehead Multidisciplinary Teams - Moyra A Baldwin Organ Donation - Natalie A Pattison Organizational Management of Palliative Care - Steve Kirk Palliative Care and the Person with Cancer - Debbie Wyatt Palliative Care for the Person with a Learning Disability - Sue Read Palliative Care and the Person with Mental Ill-Health - Catherine Black and Julie Bailey-McHale Palliative Care and the Person with a Non-Cancer Diagnosis - Andrea Dean Palliative Care Education - Karen Manford-Walley Patient Choices and Preferences in Palliative Care - Stephanie Neill and Dorothy Carter Policy Drivers - Mzwandile A Mabhala Quality Assurance and Palliative Care - Jill McCarthy Reactions of Patients and Carers - Sue Phillips Rehabilitation in Palliative Care - Claire Jones and Adrian Bunnell Research in Palliative Care - Catherine Black Resources and Information: Looking for Answers - Jan Woodhouse Sexuality - Moyra A Baldwin and Jan Woodhouse Stigma - Elizabeth Mason-Whitehead Symptom Management: Complementary and Alternative Medicine/Integrated Health - Joy Parkes and Sue Padmore Symptom Management: Common Symptoms - Catherine Black Symptom Management: Difficult/Complex Symptoms - Catherine Black Symptom Management: Emergencies - Catherine Black Symptom Management: The Liverpool Care Pathway for the Dying Patient (LCP) - Richard Latten, John Ellershaw and Deborah Murphy Spirituality - Reverend Ian M Delinger Stress and Palliative Care - Jan Woodhouse Technology: Equipment Procurement - Sonya Currey, Janice Foster and Virginia C Williams Value of Life - Moyra A Baldwin and Joanne Greenwood
Series Title: SAGE key concepts.
Other Titles: Palliative care
Responsibility: [edited by] Moyra A. Baldwin and Jan Woodhouse.

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This handy reference book covers all aspects of palliative care in a concise and easy to read format.  Read more...

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An excellent companion to those studying palliative care at pre and post-registration levels as well as those new to clinical practice in many disciplines. -- Ibadete Fetahu

 
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