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Palliative care within mental health. Ethical practice

Author: David B Cooper, (Mental health nurse); Jo Cooper
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 1stView all editions and formats
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Additional Physical Format: Print version :
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David B Cooper, (Mental health nurse); Jo Cooper
ISBN: 9780429879302 042987930X 9780429879319 0429879318 9780429879296 0429879296 9780429465666 0429465661
OCLC Number: 1064675124
Description: 1 online resource : illustrations (black and white)
Contents: <P>1. A palliative care approach within mental health </P><P>2. What is ethics? (including practical and professional ethics) </P><P>3. Understanding serious and enduring mental health </P><P>4. The experience of mental health </P><P>5. Culture and cultural awareness (including collectivism versus individualism) </P><P>6. Compassion, respect and dignity </P><P>7. Hope and coping </P><P>8. Sexuality (LGBTQ) </P><P>9. Informed consent </P><P>10. Human rights </P><P>11. Symptom management framework </P><P>12. Clinical practice (including assessment and electroconvulsive therapy) </P><P>13. Specific needs of the teenager and young adult </P><P>14. Specific needs of the female adult </P><P>15. Specific needs of the male adult </P><P>16. Specific needs of the older adult (including restlessness, agitation dementia and alzheimer's) </P><P>17. Listening to the family's pain </P><P>18. Chronic substance use (includes pain management --
alcohol, other drugs and prescribed drugs) </P><P>19. Anorexia and futility </P><P>20. Suicide </P><P>21. Assisted death (is there a place in today's society) </P><P>22. Last few days of life (including restlessness and agitation) </P><P>23. Bereavement</P>
Other Titles: Ethical practice
Responsibility: edited by David B. Cooper and Jo Cooper.

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