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Palliative Care Perspectives

Palliative Care Perspectives

9780197542910
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Palliative Care Perspectives is a guide to the art and science of palliative care that links real stories of illness with practical advice to delineate clinical practice in a way that reflects the daily concerns of clinicians. Clearly and compassionately written, this book emphasizes important topics often neglected in formal clinical training, including the history and evolution of palliative care in the United States, as well as how clinicians can better understand agingand dying from both a physiological and human perspective. Written by a recognized pioneer in the field of palliative care, each chapter highlights this human approach to illness with narratives and anecdotes drawn from decades of practice experience. This new edition features thoroughly updated research andcitations, a new chapter on burnout and compassion fatigue, and a significant expansion of the topic of intercultural communication. Well-grounded in the academic literature, Palliative Care Perspectives is an ideal introduction to the emerging field of palliative care for care providers new to practice, as well as lay readers seeking to learn more about chronic and terminal illness, presented in a personal and accessible format.
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OUP USA
93478
9780197542910
9780197542910

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Publication date
2022
Issue number
1
Cover
paperback
Pages count
304
Dimensions (mm)
156 x 235
Weight (g)
456
  • 1. Chronic Illness, Death, and Dying in Modern Times; 2. Dying Trajectories and Prognostication; 3. Symptom Management-Overview; 4. Pain Management; 5. Non-Pain Symptom Management; 6. Special Therapeutic Issues:: Hydration, Nutrition, and Antibiotics in End-of-Life Care; 7. Psychosocial and Spiritual Aspects of Care; 8. Communication; 9. Working the System and Making a Difference; 10. Palliative Care Consults; 11. Burnout; 12. The Last 48 hours;
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