Loss, Change and Bereavement in Palliative Care

Loss, Change and Bereavement in Palliative Care

eBook - 2005
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"For anyone seeking to develop their understanding of loss and change, whether in a palliative care of general or social care setting, this book contains much useful material which can be taken selectively or in its entirety."--"Hospise Information Bulletin". How do professionals meet the needs of bereaved people? How do professionals undertake best practice with individuals, groups, families and communities? What are the implications for employing research to influence practice? This book provides a resource for working with a complex range of loss situations and includes chapters on childhood bereavement, and individual and family responses to loss and change. It contains the most up-to-date work in the field presented by experienced practitioners and researchers and is relevant not only for those working in specialist palliative care settings, but for professionals in general health and social care sectors. Strong links are maintained between research and good practice throughout the book. These are reinforced by the coherent integration of international research material and the latest thinking about loss and bereavement.; Experts and clinicians draw upon their knowledge and practice, whilst the essential perspective of the service user is central to this book. "Loss, Change and Bereavement in Palliative Care" provides essential reading for a range of professional health and social care disciplines practising at postgraduate or post-registration/qualification level. It challenges readers, at an advanced level, on issues of loss, change and bereavement. It includes contributors such as: Lesley Adshead, Jenny Altschuler, Peter Beresford, Grace Christ, Suzy Croft, Pam Firth, Shirley Firth, Richard Harding, Felicity Hearn, Jennie Lester, Gill Luff, Linda Machin, Jan McLaren, David Oliviere, Ann Quinn, Phyllis Silverman, Jean Walker, and Karen Wilman.
Publisher: Maidenhead, England : Open University Press, 2005
ISBN: 9780335225019
0335225012
9781280951442
1280951443
9780335213238
9780335225019
0335213235
0335213243
9780335213245
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xxiv, 215 pages)
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Additional Contributors: Luff, Gill
Oliviere, David

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