Lays a foundation of knowledge for any nurse involved in any way with palliative care. This book focuses on the needs and perspectives of the patient, and seeks to give the reader an understanding of how best to deliver full, rounded care. It explores pertinent human issues based on research and developments.
This book lays a clear foundation of knowledge for any nurse involved in any way with palliative care. It focuses on the needs and perspectives of the patient, and seeks to give the reader a strong broad understanding of how best to deliver full, rounded care. It is not, therefore, a how-to or a technical manual; instead it explores pertinent human issues based on up-to-date research and developments.
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Overview of Nursing Developments in Palliative Care. Non-Specialist Nurse Education in Palliative Care. Holistic Assessment of Patients and RelativesNeeds. Support Processes in Palliative Care. Spiritual Issues. Body Image and Sexuality: Implications for Palliative Care. Complementary Therapies. Support for Family and Carers. Loss, Grief and Bereavement. Ethical Issues. Research and Audit: Demonstrating Quality.
Palliative Care: The Nursing Role by Jean Lugton
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