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Palliative Social Work By Claudine Riley
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The focus of palliative care social work has grown over the years, however there continues to be a scarcity in the literature on specific techniques used by social workers to engage with, assess the... More > needs of, and incorporate spirituality with clients throughout end-of-life care, as well as clinicians’ experiences and observations working in the field. The research in this text review clinicians' observations and the importance of: a) assisting clients to find spirituality in the life they have lived, b) use of self by reflecting on countertransference, as well as one’s own spirituality, and c) collaboration with clergy and providers as effective methods of incorporating spirituality into end-of-life care.< Less
Palliative Social Work By Claudine Riley
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The focus of palliative care social work has grown over the years, however there continues to be a scarcity in the literature on specific techniques used by social workers to engage with, assess the... More > needs of, and incorporate spirituality with clients throughout end-of-life care, as well as clinicians’ experiences and observations working in the field. The research in this text review clinicians' observations and the importance of: a) assisting clients to find spirituality in the life they have lived, b) use of self by reflecting on countertransference, as well as one’s own spirituality, and c) collaboration with clergy and providers as effective methods of incorporating spirituality into end-of-life care.< Less
Palliative Social Work By Claudine Riley
eBook (PDF): $6.25
The focus of palliative care social work has grown over the years, however there continues to be a scarcity in the literature on specific techniques used by social workers to engage with, assess the... More > needs of, and incorporate spirituality with clients throughout end-of-life care, as well as clinicians’ experiences and observations working in the field. The research in this text review clinicians' observations and the importance of: a) assisting clients to find spirituality in the life they have lived, b) use of self by reflecting on countertransference, as well as one’s own spirituality, and c) collaboration with clergy and providers as effective methods of incorporating spirituality into end-of-life care.< Less
Palliative Social Work By Claudine Riley
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The focus of palliative care social work has grown over the years, however there continues to be a scarcity in the literature on specific techniques used by social workers to engage with, assess the... More > needs of, and incorporate spirituality with clients throughout end-of-life care, as well as clinicians’ experiences and observations working in the field. The research in this text review clinicians' observations and the importance of: a) assisting clients to find spirituality in the life they have lived, b) use of self by reflecting on countertransference, as well as one’s own spirituality, and c) collaboration with clergy and providers as effective methods of incorporating spirituality into end-of-life care.< Less
Palliative Care: A Different Kind of Hope By Patrick J Macmillan, M.D.
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Palliative medicine is one of the greatest gifts we have to offer folks at the end of their life or during the chronic phases of illness. Patrick J. Macmillan, M.D., conveys that message loud and... More > clear in this book featuring sixteen poignant stories of patients who found themselves at the end of life. Chaplains, nurses, social workers, and others play an important role in each tale. You’ll meet Grace, who wanted to keep fighting even though she had pancreatic cancer. Her family wanted her to keep battling as much as she did, but eventually she had to tell them that she didn’t want any more interventions. While doctors were unable to save her life in the conventional sense, they helped her spend her final days at home with loved ones. She is just one of many brave souls who have fought the good fight but eventually realized that surrendering to death offered their best hope at living with dignity.< Less
Palliative Care: A Different Kind of Hope By Patrick J. Macmillan, M.D.
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Palliative medicine is one of the greatest gifts we have to offer folks at the end of their life or during the chronic phases of illness. Patrick J. Macmillan, M.D., conveys that message loud and... More > clear in this book featuring sixteen poignant stories of patients who found themselves at the end of life. Chaplains, nurses, social workers, and others play an important role in each tale. You’ll meet Grace, who wanted to keep fighting even though she had pancreatic cancer. Her family wanted her to keep battling as much as she did, but eventually she had to tell them that she didn’t want any more interventions. While doctors were unable to save her life in the conventional sense, they helped her spend her final days at home with loved ones. She is just one of many brave souls who have fought the good fight but eventually realized that surrendering to death offered their best hope at living with dignity.< Less
Hospice and Palliative Care Handbook, 1st Edition By Christopher Burress
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As a Hospice and Palliative care physician, I can personally tell you that caring for the terminally ill and those at the extremes of illness are some of the most rewarding care one can provide. I... More > have been blessed to share experiences with many terminally ill in my practice, from joyous moments to supreme depression. I can honestly say that I have never seen a more pure human spirit and more human love than during these times. This book was written as a “guidebook” or handbook to aid those that are on the frontlines of Hospice and Palliative Care (including providers, nurses, and anyone providing hospice level care) so they can feel better prepared to aid the patient and their families in times of need.< Less
Hospice and Palliative Care Handbook, 1st Edition By Christopher Burress
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As a Hospice and Palliative care physician, I can personally tell you that caring for the terminally ill and those at the extremes of illness are some of the most rewarding care one can provide. I... More > have been blessed to share experiences with many terminally ill in my practice, from joyous moments to supreme depression. I can honestly say that I have never seen a more pure human spirit and more human love than during these times. This book was written as a “guidebook” or handbook to aid those that are on the frontlines of Hospice and Palliative Care (including providers, nurses, and anyone providing hospice level care) so they can feel better prepared to aid the patient and their families in times of need.< Less
A Really Practical Handbook of Children’s Palliative Care By Justin Amery
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A Really Practical Handbook of Children’s Palliative Care for Doctors and Nurses Anywhere in the World offers really practical solutions to common problems faced by health professionals caring... More > for dying children and their families, whatever their culture or socioeconomic circumstance. After spending more than twenty years caring for children with terminal diagnoses, Dr. Justin Amery has applied his hands-on experience and the fruits of his research to this compendium of practical advice. The book’s fifteen parts address not only the numerous practical matters that arise in offering palliative care to children, but also the intangible, yet vital, practices for communicating bad news, helping families with their emotional reactions, assisting children and their families with ethical and spiritual issues, and working with surviving family members as they grieve. The volume also includes, as an additional resource, the Association of Paediatric Palliative Medicine Formulary.< Less
A Really Practical Handbook of Children’s Palliative Care By Justin Amery
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A Really Practical Handbook of Children’s Palliative Care for Doctors and Nurses Anywhere in the World offers really practical solutions to common problems faced by health professionals caring... More > for dying children and their families, whatever their culture or socioeconomic circumstance. After spending more than twenty years caring for children with terminal diagnoses, Dr. Justin Amery has applied his hands-on experience and the fruits of his research to this compendium of practical advice. The book’s fifteen parts address not only the numerous practical matters that arise in offering palliative care to children, but also the intangible, yet vital, practices for communicating bad news, helping families with their emotional reactions, assisting children and their families with ethical and spiritual issues, and working with surviving family members as they grieve. The volume also includes, as an additional resource, the Association of Paediatric Palliative Medicine Formulary. Offered at no charge as an e-book< Less