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Loss, change, and bereavement in palliative care

Author: Pam Firth; Gill Luff; David Oliviere
Publisher: Maidenhead, Berkshire : Open University Press, 2005.
Series: Facing death.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This text brings together contemporary thinking on loss and bereavement. It draws on international research, practice and individual stories from people struggling to understand the meaning of loss including work with bereaved children, parents, familiesand adults.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Loss, change, and bereavement in palliative care.
Maidenhead, Berkshire : Open University Press, 2005
(OCoLC)607584017
Online version:
Loss, change, and bereavement in palliative care.
Maidenhead, Berkshire : Open University Press, 2005
(OCoLC)608374906
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Pam Firth; Gill Luff; David Oliviere
ISBN: 9780335213245 0335213243 9780335213238 0335213235 0335225012 9780335225019
OCLC Number: 58843195
Description: xxiv, 215 pages : illustrations.
Contents: The context of loss, change and bereavement in palliative care / Ann Quinn --
Mourning: a chinging view / Phyllis R. Silverman --
Research in practice / Linda Machin --
Illness and loss within the family / Jenny Altschuler --
Life review with the terminally ill --
narrative therapies / Jennie Lester --
The death of a child / Jan McLaren --
Interventions with bereaved children / Grace H. Christ --
Involving service users in palliative care: from theory to practice / Peter Beresford [and others] --
Excluded and vulnerable groups of service users / Felicity Hearn --
Carers: current research and developments / Richard Harding --
Groupwork in palliative care / Pam Firth --
Cultural perspectives on loss and bereavement / Shirley Firth --
Conclusions / Pam Firth, Gill Luff and David Oliviere.
Series Title: Facing death.
Responsibility: [edited by] Pam Firth, Gill Luff, and David Oliviere.
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