4 edition of Topics in Palliative Care, Volume 4 found in the catalog.
January 15, 2000
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|Contributions||Russell K. Portenoy (Editor), Eduardo Bruera (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||300|
Watanabe S. The role of oxygen in cancer-related dyspnea. In: Portenoy R, Bruera E, eds. Topics in Palliative Care. Vol 4. NY: Oxford University Press; Morita T, Tsuneto S, Shima Y. Definition of sedation for symptom relief: a systematic literature review and a proposal of operational criteria. J Pain Symptom Manage. The rapid expansion of interest in cancer and palliative care has become a significant feature of health care development in recent times. Within only a few decades the care and treatment of people with cancer has been subject to wide-reaching and rapid change, much of it driven by advances in biomedical science.
The development, structure and curriculum of a multidisciplinary academic course in palliative care leading to awards at graduate diploma and Master's level is outlined. Offered by the Flinders University of South Australia, the course is open to foreign students through distance education. Primer of Palliative Care, 7th Edition. The Primer of Palliative Care has released its 7th Primer is a comprehensive, introductory text essential for all healthcare practitioners interested in hospice and palliative published in , this pocket-sized handbook has grown as the field has evolved. This updated introductory guide is the perfect resource for all .
The aim of this study was to gain insight into the experience of time of terminal patients with cancer. Experience of time is relevant in palliative care in both policy and practice. On a policy level, the Quality Adjusted Life Year (QALY), the most used outcome measure for cost-effectiveness analysis in healthcare, assumes time to be a linear and additive variable, . The book is a slim volume in a glossy, everglade green that is small enough to fit into a laboratory coat pocket. Palliative Care is aimed at general clinicians who are caring for patients with life-threatening or life-limiting illness.
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Topics in Palliative Care, Volume 4: Medicine & Health Science Books @ 5/5(1). Volume 4 book sections discuss aspects of symptom control, psyshosocial functioning, spiritual or existential concerns, ethics, and other topics.
The 4 sections in this volume are Survial Estimation in Palliative Care,Education and Training in Palliative Care, Procoagulant and Anticoagulant Therapy in Palliative Care, and Issues in the Assessment and Management of Common.
Istituto Nazionale Tumori - Fondazione 'G. Pascale'. This book focuses on several underestimated topics in palliative care. Seven chapters have been divided into four sections: Ethical Issues, Volunteers in Palliative Care, Special Circumstances, and Prognostic Models in Palliative Care.
The underestimated topics concern several ethical themes such as the Author: Marco Cascella. The contributors to this volume use a series of case presentations within each chapter to illustrate some of the palliative care and hospice challenges with significant ethical dimensions across the three overarching domains: 1) care delivery systems; 2) addressing the many dimensions of suffering; and 3) difficult decisions near the end of life/5(2).
Book Review: Ethical Issues in the Care of the Dying and the Bereaved Aged. Book Review: Topics in Palliative Care, Volume 1. Zbigniew Zylicz. Zbigniew Zylicz. Hospice Rozenheuvel, Rosendaalselaan, The Netherlands See all articles by this.
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Volume 5. Edited by Eduardo Bruera Topics in Palliative Care Russell Portenoy. This is the fifth book in a series devoted to research and practice in palliative care.
This rapidly evolving field focuses on the management of phenomena that produce discomfort and that undermine the quality of life patients with incurable medical disorders.
Chapters focus on health literacy and cultural communication, patient and family communication, barriers and approaches to discussing palliative care with specific patient populations, pain, life. The third book in a series devoted to research and practice in palliative care. The four topics covered in this volume are Paediatric Palliative Care, The Management of Bone Pain, Psychopathology in Patients with Cancer, Skin Disorders and Their Managemen.
Palliative care focuses on the management of phenomena that undermine the quality of life of patients with incurable medical disorders.
This volume discusses palliative care topics, such as pharmacotherapy of pain, adjustments to cancer, management of delirium, and gastrointestinal disorders. Purchase Pediatric Hospital Medicine and Pediatric Palliative Care, An Issue of Pediatric Clinics, Volume - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBNISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: Palliative care in acute care hospitals / Randy Hebert, Nicole Fowler, and Robert Arnold --Palliative care in nursing facilities / Brenda Mamber --Patient-centered palliative care in the home / Francine Rainone and Marlene McHugh --Hospice care.
The book is both thorough and thought-provoking and should be required reading for anybody involved in planning the future development of palliative care." (International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care, Vol.
9 (4), ) "A multiauthored survey of selected topics related to contemporary palliative care in the United States. The Textbook of Palliative Care Communication is the authoritative text on communication in palliative care, providing a compilation of international and interdisciplinary perspectives.
The volume was uniquely developed by an interdisciplinary editorial team to address an array of providers including physicians, nurses, social workers, and chaplains, and unites clinicians.
Palliative care is any form of medical care or treatment that concentrates on reducing the severity of disease symptoms rather than striving to halt, delay, or reverse the progression of the disease itself, or provide a cure.
Vol Issue #4. View issue. May/June Vol Issue #3. View issue. March/April Vol Issue. “This volume will serve as a critically important ethical and theological resource on palliative care, including care at the end of life, for bioethicists, theologians, palliative care specialists, other healthcare professionals, Catholic healthcare sponsors, healthcare administrators and executives, clergy, and students.
Book: Essential Practices for Hospice and Palliative Care, 5th Edition (previously named the UNIPAC series) is the foundational resource for hospice and palliative care professionals. This popular, comprehensive 9-volume self-study tool provides a critical foundation for healthcare providers who want to incorporate the principles of hospice and palliative medicine into their.
Palliative care (PC) refers to all services provided to make the remaining life of a patient meaningful and valuable. It is recommended that palliative care that is applied to improve the life quality of the patients should not be based only on the diagnosis and prognosis of the disease but also on the need of the patients.
Even, palliative care was administered only in. Journal of Social Work in End-of-Life & Palliative Care. Search in: Advanced search. Submit an article. New content alerts RSS. Subscribe BOOK REVIEW. book review.
Evidence-Based Treatment with Older Adults: Theory, Practice and Research Volume 4, - Issue 2. Published online: 12 Oct Crossref citations: Choices in Palliative Care: Issues in Health Care Delivery. Blank, Arthur E.; O’Mahony, Sean; Selwyn, A.
(Eds.)XVIII, p. Hardcover. ISBN: € Book Review by Simon Woods. This edited collection of 14 chapters by 31 contributors is written from and for the American context of palliative care.
SPIRITUAL ASPECTS OF END-OF-LIFE CARE. Spiritual pain has been defined as “pain caused by extinction of the being and meaning of the self. Palliative care patients use spiritual and religious coping methods naturally when other coping methods do not provide solace.Talking about various religions, Hinduism, which is the main religion of India sees death as transition.
[READ] EBOOK Topics in Palliative Care: Volume 2 (Topics in Palliative Care Series) BEST COLLECTION.Introducing one of the first primers on palliative and hospice care for the small animal veterinarian! Guest edited by Dr.
Tami Shearer this volume will include topics such as: the history of pet hospice delivery systems of veterinary hospice and palliative care 5-step pet hospice plan a veterinarian’s role in helping pet owners with decision making quality of life .