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Advances in contemporary palliative and supportive care

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By Annette F Street, Carol Tishelman, Jeanine Blackford, Joakim Öhlén

Published: 2007
ISBN: 978-0-9757710-4-4
Pages: ii+154

Overview

Illness, death, loss and grief are universal experiences. Thus the provision of palliative and supportive care that meet the needs of diverse and vulnerable populations requires a public health approach.

This special issue introduces new voices into the debate and charts changing international trends in the provision of care for dying people and their families.

Experts provide updates on latest clinical therapies and community practice. Research reports address many taboo topics so often ignored in palliative and supportive care clinical discourse around death and dying - including intimacy, sexuality, shame and guilt, grief and spirituality.

Innovative projects in health promoting palliative care are show cased. Here we find the wisdom of emerging leaders in community-based policy, information, education and early-intervention strategies to provide people facing death with choices, engagement and supportive care.

This issue is essential reading for Palliative care practitioners, nursing educators, researchers and community health nurses.

Table of Contents

Editorial: Advances in Contemporary Palliative and Supportive Care - Carol Tishelman

Palliative Care in the Clinical Setting
Editorial
: Back to Our Roots: Palliative care in the clinical setting
-Jeanine Blackford

Narratives of a Man With Severe Chronic Heart Failure and his Wife in Palliative Advanced Home Care Over a 4.5-year PeriodMargareta Brännström, Inger Ekman, Kurt Boman, Gunilla Strandberg

'I'm Just Not Interested in Eating': When nutrition becomes an issue in palliative careMargaret O'Connor

Nurses' Experiences of Clinical Use of a Quality of Life Instrument in Palliative CareCarina Lundh Hagelin, Yvonne Wengström, Carol Tishelman, Carl Johan Fürst

Challenges and Choice: An audit of the management of nausea, vomiting and bowel obstruction in metastatic ovarian cancerJackie Walker, Pauline Lane

Care of the Vulnerable  

Editorial: Palliative Care and Vulnerability of Self Joakim Öhlén

Let's Talk About Sex: Risky Business for Cancer and Palliative Care Clinicians Amanda J Hordern, Annette F Street

Next of Kin's Feelings of Guilt and Shame in End-of-Life Care Birgitta Andershed, Carina Werkander Harstäde

Progress in Understanding Grief, Complicated Grief and Caring for the Bereaved Anthony W Love

Bearing Witness: An existential position in caring Maria Arman

Karmic Quest: Thai family caregivers promoting a peaceful death for people with AIDS Kittikorn Nilmanat, Annette F Street

Health Promoting Palliative Care  

Editorial: Leading the Way: Innovative Health Promoting Palliative Care Annette F Street

The Turning Point: Identifying End-of-Life Care in Everyday Health Care Practice Eva Jakobsson, Ingrid Bergh, Joakim Öhlén

The Influence of Environment in Palliative Care: Supporting or hinderingexperiences of 'at-homeness' Birgit H Rasmussen, David Edvardsson

From Concept to Care: Enabling Community Care Through a Health Promoting Palliative Care Approach Sue Salau, Bruce Rumbold, Barbara Young

Establishing a Sustainable Advance Care Planning Process in Residential Aged Care Jeanine Blackford, Elizabeth Stickland, Bridget Morris

Book Reviews

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