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Palliative care nursing : principles and evidence for practice

Author: Sheila Payne; Jane Seymour; Christine Ingleton
Publisher: Maidenhead : Open University Press, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Reflects the global developments in palliative care. This book reviews research and examines the evidence base for palliative care policy and practice. It focuses on palliative care for adults in a variety of care environments. It addresses issues in nursing and inter-professional working.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sheila Payne; Jane Seymour; Christine Ingleton
ISBN: 9780335236466 0335236464
OCLC Number: 646769618
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 717 pages) : illustrations
Contents: History and culture in the rise of palliative care / David Clark --
Involving or using? User involvement in palliative care / Tony Stevens --
Referral patterns and access to specialist palliative care / Julia Addington-Hall --
Dying: places and preferences / Carol Thomas --
An uncertain journey: Coping with transitions, survival and recurrence / Margaret O'Connor --
Communication: Patient and family / Sue Duke and Christopher Bailey --
Clinical assessment and measurement / Michael Bennett and Jose Closs --
Adapting complementary therapies for palliative care / Ann Carter and Peter Mackereth --
Good for the soul? The spiritual dimension of hospice and palliative care / Michael Wright --
Working with difficult symptoms / Jessica Corner --
Pain: Theories, evaluation and management / Silvia Paz and Jane Seymour --
Balancing feelings and cognitions / Mari Lloyd-Williams and John Hughes --
Psychiatric aspects of palliative care / William Lee and Matthew Hotopf --
Working with family care-givers in a palliative care setting / Paula Smith and Julie Skilbeck --
Personhood and identity in palliative care / Jenny Hockey --
No way in: Including disadvantaged population and patient groups at the end of life / Jonathan Koffman and Margaret Camps --
Palliative care in institutions / Jeanne Samson Katz --
Treatment decisions at the end of life: a conceptual framework / Bert Broeckaert --
Nursing care at the time of death / Carol Komaromy --
The care and support of bereaved people / Mark Cobb --
Risk assessment and adult bereavement services / Marilyn Relf --
Bereavement support services / David Kissane --
Helping children and families facing bereavement in palliative care settings / Liz Rolls --
Professional boundaries in palliative care / Karen Cox and Veronica James --
The cost of caring: surviving the culture of niceness, occupational stress and coping strategies / Sanchia Aranda --
Education and scholarship in palliative care: a European nursing perspective / Philip Larkin --
Information and communications technology (ICT) in palliative care / Peter Bath, Barbara Sen and Kendra Albright --
Research in palliative care / Gunn Grande and Christine Ingleton --
Practice development in palliative care / Katherine Froggatt and Mary Turner --
Policy and palliative care / Jo Hockley --
Palliative care in resource-poor countries / Jennifer Hunt.
Responsibility: edited by Sheila Payne, Jane Seymour and Christine Ingleton.

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