WT 114.65 C271 (available) - Monographie
Caregiving and loss : family needs, professional responses / ed. DOKA, Kenneth J. ; ed. DAVIDSON, Joyce D..
Washington, DC : Hospice Foundation of America, 2001, ix, 331 p.

Collection : Living with grief

Informal care providers
Mental suffering
Family assistance
Professional-family relations

Mots-clés secondaires : Éthical aspects ; Autonomy ; Grief ; Consent to treatments ; Informed consent ; Culture ; Bereavement ; Community development ; Institutionalization ; Nursing intervention ; Health care planning ; Loss ; Health policies ; Old age policies ; Decision making ; Religions ; Informal network ; Social network ; Long-term care ; Spirituality ; Work ; Values

Résumé :

With approximately 25 million family caregivers in this country, one out of four households are providing care for a loved one. It is important for healthcare professionals to understand the unique needs of family caregivers and offer compassionate support. Featuring writings from 13 nationally recognized experts in the field of caregiving and loss, this book is developed in conjunction with HFA's award-winning Living With Grief series.

Language : Anglais
Doc n° : 21115 ISBN / ISSN : 1893349020
NumRec : 2111503


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