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Cicely Saunders

Author : Dame Cicely M. Saunders
ISBN : 0198570538
Genre : Medical
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A remarkable story of a personal vision and sense of calling this text provides an insight into the establishment of the hospice movement and its development world-wide.
Category: Medical

Cicely Saunders

Author : David Clark
ISBN : 9780190637934
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Born at the end of World War One into a prosperous London family, Cicely Saunders struggled at school before gaining entry to Oxford University to read Politics, Philosophy and Economics. As World War Two gained momentum, she quit academic study to train as a nurse, thereby igniting her lifelong interest in caring for others. Following a back injury, she became a medical social worker, and then in her late 30s, qualified as a physician. By now her focus was on a hugely neglected area of modern health services: the care of the dying. When she opened the world's first modern hospice in 1967 a quiet revolution got underway. Education, research, and clinical practice were combined in a model of 'total care' for terminally ill patients and their families that quickly had a massive impact. In Cicely Saunders: A Life and Legacy, David Clark draws on interviews, correspondence, and the publications of Cicely Saunders to tell the remarkable story of how she pursued her goals through the complexity of her personal life, the skepticism of others, and the pervasive influence of her religious faith. When she died in 2005, her legacy was firmly established in the growing field of hospice and palliative care, which had now gained global recognition.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Cicely Saunders

Author : Shirley Du Boulay
ISBN : 028105889X
Genre : Great Britain / Hospices / Founding / Saunders, Dame / Cicely - Biographies
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Dame Cicely Saunders was the founder of the Hospice Movement, in which Britain leads the world. Her work transformed our approach to the care of the dying, and also the debate about euthanasia. She died in 2005 and her memorial service was held in Westminster Abbey in March 2006. This biography includes chapters that cover the years after 1984.
Category: Great Britain / Hospices / Founding / Saunders, Dame / Cicely - Biographies

Living With Dying

Author : Dame Cicely M. Saunders
ISBN : UOM:39015034269764
Genre : Family & Relationships
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The new edition of this successful book has been up-dated to incorporate recent advances in both approach to, and treatment of, the terminally ill. Based on many years of monitoring clinical practice and research at St Christopher's Hospice, Dame Cicely Saunders presents practical, balancedadvice on the general ethical and medical principles of caring for dying patients. This will continue to be an invaluable handbook for all hospice physicians and nurses as a compassionate source of factual information.
Category: Family & Relationships

Changing The Face Of Death

Author : Shirley Du Boulay
ISBN : 185175217X
Genre : Caregivers
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Describes the life and work of Dame Cicely Saunders, founder of the modern hospice movement, which provides care for the dying.
Category: Caregivers

Narrative Medicine In Hospice Care

Author : Tara Flanagan
ISBN : 9781498554633
Genre : Philosophy
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Narrative medicine, an interdisciplinary field that brings together the studies of literature and medicine, offers both a way of understanding patient identity and a method for developing a clinician’s responsiveness to patients. While recognizing the value of narrative medicine in clinical encounters, including the ethical aspects of patient discourse, Tara Flanagan examines the limits of narrative practices for patients with cognitive and verbal deficits. In Narrative Medicine in Hospice Care: Identity, Practice, and Ethics through the Lens of Paul Ricoeur, Flanagan contends that the models of selfhood and care found in the work of Ricoeur can offer a framework for clinicians and caregivers regardless of the verbal and cognitive capabilities of a patient at the end of life. In particular, Ricoeur’s concept of patient identity connects with the narrative method of life review in hospice and offers an opportunity to address the religious and spiritual dimensions of the patient experience.
Category: Philosophy

Values At The End Of Life

Author : Roi Livne
ISBN : 9780674545175
Genre : Medical
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Once defiant of death--or even in denial--many American families and health care professionals are embracing the notion that a life consumed by suffering may not be worth living. Sociologist Roi Livne documents the rise and effectiveness of hospice and palliative care, and the growing acceptance that less treatment may be better near the end of life.
Category: Medical

Beyond All Pain

Author : Dame Cicely M. Saunders
ISBN : 0281040427
Genre : Death
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Category: Death

Hospice Care On The International Scene

Author : Dame Cicely M. Saunders
ISBN : STANFORD:36105022327469
Genre : Medical
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This volume explores how hospice care has been taking root throughout much of the world and illustrates how people are finding ways to shape hospice care to the particular needs and resources of their countries and communities. The book begins with a hospice mission statement by Dame Cicely Saunders and is followed by an overview of the international hospice movement by Dr. Jan Stemsward of the World Health Organization. Included are reports from pioneering hospice programs in the Middle East, in tropical Africa, and Croatia.
Category: Medical

Hospice

Author : Dame Cicely M. Saunders
ISBN : UOM:39015026833221
Genre : Hospice care
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Dying Death And Bereavement

Author : Inge B. Corless
ISBN : 0826126561
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Based on practice knowledge of the authors rather than on research, this book may be particularly useful for those professionals who have not had hands-on experience with people at the last stages of dying. It is a resource that can be referred to time and again by those who care for people facing the final stage of life.
Category: Family & Relationships

Victor Zorza

Author : Michael Wright
ISBN : CHI:76298481
Genre : Great Britain
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"Victor Zorza: A life amid loss is the story of one man's determination and remarkable achievement against the odds; it is also a story of pain and spiritual growth. Told through the testimonies of those who knew him best, with contemporaneous photographs and extracts from Zorza's recorded conversations, the book gives an intriguing insight into the contradictory nature of this influential man. It is essential reading for anyone interested in the international development of hospice care, and will appeal to those drawn to the human narrative of twentieth-century conflicts in Europe"--back cover.
Category: Great Britain

Care For The Dying

Author : Andrew Davison
ISBN : 9781630878603
Genre : Religion
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This wise and practical handbook, written by a palliative care physician and a priest with experience in hospice ministry, addresses the needs of the dying, their relatives and friends, and also those who provide support and care. Recognizing that these needs are physical, emotional, and spiritual, Care for the Dying draws on insights from current best practice in palliative care, pastoral experience, and theological reflection. It explores the following: --the availability of care for the dying person --communicating with the family --responding to a request for assisted suicide --forgiveness, reconciliation and anointing --saying goodbyes --the mystery of suffering --dying with dignity --supporting the bereaved --caring for the carers. Throughout, there is a helpful emphasis on understanding the care of the dying as a privilege as well as a responsibility, on the importance of proper self-care and of gaining strength from working as a team. Many people, including medical professionals and clergy, are fearful of what to say or do when faced with approaching death. This resource will deepen understanding and build courage and confidence.
Category: Religion

Hospice And Palliative Care

Author : Judith A. Kitzes
ISBN : 0763715662
Genre : Medical
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An overlook of the theoretical prespective and practical information about the growing field of hospice.
Category: Medical

Art In Exile

Author : Douglas Hall
ISBN : UOM:39015080864864
Genre : Art
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The first major study of exiled Polish artists, focussing on ten painters who made their homes and careers in Britain before or after 1939.
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Palliative Care Nursing

Author : Sheila Payne
ISBN : UCLA:L0089617310
Genre : Medical
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Annotation "Palliative Care Nursing is essential reading for post-qualifying nursing students and all nurses and health/social care professionals who provide care to people with advanced illness and those who are near the end of life."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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Hospice Alternative

Author : Munley
ISBN : UOM:39015016154679
Genre : Hospice Care
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Category: Hospice Care