This book encourages health professionals to reconceptualise their practice in the light of the fact that their patients are deteriorating and dying, supporting them in their dichotomous role which involves affirming that person’s life whilst acknowledging that that life is ending. Professionals are encouraged to think laterally, to be creative in their use of their core skills, and to use their life skills and experience to change the focus of their interventions. By making these changes, those involved with caring for the dying will be able to address issues related to burnout and feeling de-skilled.The authors share their considerable experience with the reader – what works for both patient and carer/professional when working in this field. By providing workable solutions, they empower those in disempowering situations, such as when working with terminally ill children and adults. The book is truly holistic and client-centred in its approach, upholding the philosophy of palliative care.
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Titolo: Palliative Care : A Practical Guide for the Health Professional, Finding Meaning and Purpose in Life and Death
Autori: Boog - Tester
Editore: Elsevier - Churchill Livingstone
Finitura: Copertina flessibile
Misure: 18x24 cm
Peso: 0.6 kg