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The Oxford Textbook of Palliative Social Work

The Oxford Textbook of Palliative Social Work

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The Oxford Textbook of Palliative Social Work is a comprehensive, evidence-informed text that provides clinicians, researchers, policy-makers, and academics with a broad range of content to inform and enhance palliative social work practice. This definitive resource brings together an array of more than 150 international authors and is edited by three leading palliative social work pioneers to address the needs of professionals providing interprofessional, culturallysensitive, biopsychosocial-spiritual care for patients and families living with serious illness. Social workers from diverse settings will benefit from the historical perspective and international scope as well as the wealth of patient and family narratives. In keeping with the dynamic growth of the field over the last decade, this second edition offers a substantially deeper dive both conceptually and contextually into the more nuanced delivery of palliative social work. This edition includes additional chapters that reflect the increased integration of palliative social work across populations, diagnoses, and settings. Each chapter has been extensively updated integrating current evidence, with a section specifically devoted to interventions forthe purpose of affirming the scope of social work palliative practice. A new preface highlights aspects of social-political inequity and injustice that informed the development, process, and ultimate content of this Text. International palliative social work practice is reflected by regional voicesand highlighted by an exploration of the unique response to the COVID-19 pandemic as it evolved in their respective countries. Professional issues explore topics of mentoring, supervision, advocacy, leadership, certification, legacy, and resilience.
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OUP USA
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9780197537855
9780197537855

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Publication date
2022
Issue number
1
Cover
hard cover
Pages count
1008
Dimensions (mm)
216 x 279
Weight (g)
2974
  • Contents; Forewords; Susan Blacker; Betty R. Ferrell; Kathleen M. Foley; George Handzo; Matthew J. Loscalzo; Diane E. Meier; Russell K. Portenoy; Preface; Acknowledgments; Contributors; I. Converging Contexts of Care; 1. Centering the Lens of Social Justice; Eucharia Borden, Meagan Lyon Leimena, and Bridget Sumser; 2. Health Equity in Palliative Care; Tessa Jones, Frances Nedjat-Haiem, and Karen Bullock; 3. The Importance and Impact of Culture in Palliative Care; Todd D. Becker and John G. Cagle; 4. Spirituality and Social Work Practice in Palliative Care; Dona J. Reese, Holly Nelson-Becker, and Ann M. Callahan; 5. The Power of Language:: Inviting Attention and Intention to Word Choice; Terry Altilio and Anne Kelemen; II. Historical Context-Bringing History Forward; 6. Guess Whos Coming to Dinner? The Evolving Identity of Palliative Social Workers; Philip C. Higgins; 7. Social Work and Palliative Care-The Early History; Dame Cicely Saunders; 8. Palliative Social Work:: An Historical Perspective; Bernice Catherine Harper; III. Collaborative Contexts; 9. A Commitment to Collaborate:: Challenges and Opportunities; Jill Farabelli and Vickie Leff; 10. Walking across to Collaboration; Terry Altilio; IV. Person-Centered, Family-Focused Practice; 11. Interventions to Support Children and Adolescents during Parental Illness; Katie Aliberti; 12. Social Work in Pediatric Palliative Care; Barbara L. Jones, Stacy S. Remke, Rachel Carnahan-Metzger, and Farya Phillips; 13. Adolescents and Young Adults Living with Serious Illness; Christabel K. Cheung and Lori Wiener; 14. LGBTQ Patient Palliative Care:: A Queery into Quality of Life; Charlie Blotner and Danae Dotolo; 15. Beyond Vulnerability:: Enhancing Agency and Adapting Systems; Sarah Gehlert and Teresa Moro; 16. A House Is Not a Home:: Palliative Care with People Experiencing Homelessness; Adam Schoenfarber and Pamela Adams; 17. Dying in a Foreign Land; Iraida V. Carrion; 18. Palliative Care for Veterans; Louisa Daratsos and Alba Lopez; 19. Palliative Social Work with Older Adults and Their Families; Deborah Waldrop, Mercedes Bern-Klug, John G. Cagle, and Daniel S. Gardner; V. Person-Centered, Family-Focused Practice across Diagnoses; 20. Person-Centered Practice in an Expanding Palliative Care Landscape; Chris Onderdonk; 21. Palliative Social Work and Heart Failure; Arden ODonnell and Tracy Ng; 22. The Collaboration of Palliative Care and Oncology Social Work; Annabelle Bitter and Malory Lee; 23. Dementia:: Challenges and Opportunities across the Trajectory of Care; Abigail Nathanson and Abigail L. Latimer; 24. Palliative Care in Chronic Kidney Disease; Elizabeth B. Anderson and Teri Browne; 25. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Neurologic Disease:: The Role for Palliative Social Work; Judith Wood Mintz; 26. Palliative Care during the COVID-19 Pandemic:: Opportunities for Growth in the Face of Loss and Isolation; Carina Oltmann and Sheri Mila Gerson; 27. Clinical Trials and the Role of Social Work; Karlynn BrintzenhofeSzoc; VI. Person-Centered, Family-Focused Practice across Settings; 28. Palliative Care Consultation; Colleen M. Mulkerin, Katherine S. Lepak, and Sara Z. Morrison; 29. Palliative Social Work in the Emergency Department; Robin Rudy Lawson and Maya Genovesi; 30. Palliative Social Work in the Intensive Care Unit; Nina Laing; 31. Surviving the Intensive Care Unit; Nina Laing and Anna Lewis; 32. Palliative Care in the Perinatal and Neonatal Setting; Meagan Lyon Leimena and Rachel Rusch; 33. Outpatient Palliative Care:: Walking the Path Together; Anne Front; 34. Home-Based Palliative Care; Kennan Moore, Christine Goldstein, and Jeanine Sanderoff ; 35. Social Work in Hospice Care; John G. Cagle and Rachel E. Brandon; 36. Pediatric Hospice and Palliative Care:: The Invaluable Role of Social Work; Stacy F. Orloff; 37. Palliative and Hospice Care for Incarcerated Persons; Katharine P. Supiano and Jamey Boudreaux; 38. Palliative Care in Long-Term Care Facilities; Mercedes Bern-Klug, Kara A. Carter, and Kelsey Simons; 39. The Integration of Rehabilitative Therapies and Palliative Care; Jennifer Schutt; 40. Palliative Social Work in Rural Communities; Karla T. Washington and Christine M. Lero; 41. When Inner Cities Are Motivated by Compassion:: The Role of Palliative Social Work; Richard B. Francoeur and Kenneth R. Sergiacomi; VII. Regional Voices from an International Perspective; 42. International Palliative Social Work; Sheri Mila Gerson and Pam Firth; 43. Palliative Social Work:: An African Perspective; Jennifer Hunt and Valerie Maasdorp; 44. It Takes Two to Tango:: The Social Worker and the Family in Palliative Care; Elena DUrbano; 45. Australian Palliative Social Work; Patricia Collins, Julie Greathouse, Brendan Myhill, and Lauren Gough; 46. Social Work and Palliative Care in Brazil; Lena Lansttai Bevilaqua Menezes and Leticia Andrade; 47. Palliative Social Work in Canada; Susan Cadell and Harvey Bosma; 48. Culture- Sensitive Palliative Social Work with Chinese Populations; Ming Ming Cheng and Cecilia Lai Wan Chan; 49. Palliative Care:: An Indian Perspective; Aarti Jagannathan, Srilatha Juvva, and Priya Treesa Thomas; 50. Palliative Social Work in Israel; Tali Samson; 51. Culture, Social Determinants of Health, and Palliative Care in the Pacific Basin; Lana Sue Kaopua, Luana M. Y. Scanlan, and Yvonne Duhaylongsod Yim; 52. Palliative Social Work in Romania:: New Perspectives; Petru?a Anania and Csaba Laszlo Degi; 53. Palliative Social Work in Singapore; Cheng Wan Peh and Tzer Wee Ng; 54. Palliative Social Work in Switzerland; Marc-Antoine Berthod and Laetitia Probst-Barroso; 55. Palliative Social Work in the United Kingdom; Becky Chaddock, Sally Paul, and Anne Cullen; VIII. Interventions:: Foundations of Palliative Social Work Practice; 56. Merging Research and Clinical Practice; Tamara Cadet; 57. Families and Family Conferencing; Iris Cohen Fineberg; 58. Family Caregivers in Palliative Care:: Social Work Roles and Responsibilities; Myra Glajchen and Christine Wilkins; 59. Mental Health Risk in Palliative Care:: The Social Work Role; Katherine Walsh and Susan Hedlund; 60. Connections and Context:: Thinking Critically about Strengths, Resilience, and Growth; Sheryl Lee Shermak and Susan Cadell; 61. Advance Directives from a Social Work Perspective:: Influence of Culture and Family Dynamics; Ramona Bullock-Johnson and Karen Bullock; 62. The Social Work Role in Pain and Symptom Management; John G. Cagle and Terry Altilio; 63. Sexual Expression and Physical Intimacy for Those with Serious Illness; Les Paul Gallo-Silver and Michael O. Weiner; 64. Holding On and Letting Go:: The Red Thread of Adult Grief and Bereavement; Susan Gerbino and Mary Raymer; 65. The Integration of Technology:: Benefits and Challenges; Katherine Campbell; IX. Interventions:: Supporting Effective Palliative Social Work Practice; 66. Interventions in Palliative Social Work Practice:: The Intimate Connection with Assessment; Anne Kelemen and Stacy S. Remke; 67. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy:: Enhancing Psychological Flexibility in Serious Illness; Kayla Moore; 68. Anticipatory Guidance; Stephanie Gasca and Rachel Schindel; 69. Bibliotherapy; Nancy F. Cincotta and Tracy Moore; 70. Cognitive- Behavioral Therapy in the Palliative Care Setting; Carina Oltmann; 71. Care Coordination:: Providing Quality Care, Reducing Costs and Unnecessary Utilization; Rebecca Cammy and Lauren LaTourette; 72. Crisis Intervention; Esther Ammon; 73. De-Escalating Highly Emotional or Potentially Violent Situations; Kathleen Hurley; 74. The Doctor Within:: Integrative Health, Social Work, and Palliative Care; Lucia McBee; 75. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing for Pain Management; Yvette Colon; 76. Building the Complete Father Intervention; Michael O. Weiner and Les Paul Gallo-Silver; 77. Bereavement in the Beginning Phase of Life:: Grief in Children and Their Families; Nancy F. Cincotta; 78. Practice Considerations:: Group Work; Nancy F. Cincotta; 79. Meaning- Centered Therapies:: Reconnecting with Life; Jordan Nichols; 80. Medical Crisis Counseling; Clara Van Gerven; 81. Motivational Interviewing:: A Person-Centered Model of Communication; Jordan Nichols; 82. The Power of Narratives and Storytelling; Cara L. Wallace; 83. Using Psychoeducation to Empower Patients, Their Families, and Care Partners; Bessy Santiago; 84. Single- Session and Solution- Focused Brief Therapy; Kasey Sinha; 85. Structured Problem-Solving Interventions for Patients with Serious Illness and Their Care Partners; Rebecca Cammy and Lauren LaTourette; 86. Supportive Counseling; William Michael Cooper; 87. Trauma Therapies for Palliative Care Practice; Chelsea Brown; 88. Using Schema Therapy to Meet Needs in Palliative Care; Lissa Parsonnet; X. Ethical Considerations; 89. Ethical Considerations in Palliative Care:: An Overview; Wendy B. Walters; 90. Ethics in Medical Decision-Making:: Exploring the Limits of Autonomy; Tracy Borgmeyer; 91. Hospice and Palliative Social Works Ethical Challenge:: Aid in Dying in the United States; Tracy Schroeper, Jaime Goldberg, and Stephanie Wladkowski ; 92. Pediatric Palliative Care Ethics and Decision-Making; Nicholas Purol and Danielle Jonas; 93. Technology and Ethics; Christina Bach; XI. Professional Issues; 94. Advancing the Social Work Profession within Palliative Care; John G. Cagle; 95. Navigating in Swampy Lowlands:: A Relational Approach to Practice-Based Learning in Palliative Care; David M. Browning and Susan Gerbino; 96. The Influence of Policy on End-of-Life and Palliative Care; Nancy Kusmaul; 97. The Evolution of Advanced Certification for Palliative and Hospice Social Workers; Barbara Anderson Head and Alyssa Ashlyn Middleton; 98. Supervision and Mentoring for Social Workers in Palliative and End-of-Life Care; Cathy Berkman, Carolyn Genereux, and Anne Front; 99. Professional Self-Care, Resilience, and Well-Being; Colleen M. Mulkerin; 100. Self-Care Practice Wisdom:: A Letter to My Younger Self; Kerry Cox Irish; 101. Leadership in Palliative Social Work; Cathy Berkman, Grace Christ, and Allison Shukraft; 102. Professionalism:: Making Connections, Enhancing Knowledge, and Building Leadership; Ellen L. Csikai, Barbara Jones, and Kendra D. Koch; 103. Building a Lasting Legacy:: Reflections on Transformative Professionalism; Shirley Otis-Green; Epilogues.; Terry Altilio.; Rachel E. Brandon.; John G. Cagle.; Shirley Otis-Green.; Index;
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