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The antidote to suffering : how compassionate connected care can improve safety, quality, and experience

Author: Christina Dempsey
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, [2018]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"An indispensable guide to reducing the suffering -- of patients and caregivers alike -- and to improving healthcare delivery for all. The Antidote to Suffering is the first book to explore the pervasiveness of suffering in our healthcare system, and to offer a powerful, detailed, evidence-based plan for optimizing the patient and caregiver experience. Timely and important, the book defines compassionate and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christina Dempsey
ISBN: 9781260116557 1260116557
OCLC Number: 1001363979
Description: xxi, 257 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: AcknowledgmentsIntroductionChapter 1: An Epidemic of SufferingChapter 2: The Roots of Suffering in HealthcareChapter 3: Quantifying SufferingChapter 4: Compassionate Connected CareChapter 5: The Compassionate and Connected CaregiverChapter 6: Compassionate and Connected TeamsChapter 7: The Compassionate Connected OrganizationChapter 8: A Compassionate Connected Healthcare IndustryEpilogue: Why We Do What We DoNotes Index
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"An indispensable guide to reducing the suffering -- of patients and caregivers alike -- and to improving healthcare delivery for all. The Antidote to Suffering is the first book to explore the pervasiveness of suffering in our healthcare system, and to offer a powerful, detailed, evidence-based plan for optimizing the patient and caregiver experience. Timely and important, the book defines compassionate and connected care, presenting specific recommendations drawn from proprietary research. It provides a comprehensive solution to suffering in healthcare, addressing the clinical, operational, cultural, and behavioral aspects of care delivery. Readers will find insightful personal accounts from patients and providers, as well as practical, tangible strategies for improving healthcare without sacrificing the respect, dignity, and compassion we all deserve"--

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