|Author:||Richard A Kalish|
|Publisher:||Routledge; 1 edition (June 17, 1980)|
|Other formats:||docx doc lit lrf|
Caring Relationships book
Caring Relationships book. Start by marking Caring Relationships: The Dying And The Bereaved as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.
PART ONE Relationships With the Dying. Dying vs. Well-Being, Ronald Koenig. Perspectives on Death and Dying. Learn mor. ubject Categories. Toward a Social Theory of Dying, Natalie Rosel. Story of a First-Born, Wende Kernan Bowie. The Relationship to Death as a Source of Stress for Nurses on a Coronary Care Unit, Trevor R. Price and Bernard J. Bergen.
Kalish, Richard A. Publication date. Terminal care, Death, Bereavement, Soins en phase terminale, Mort, Deuil, Attitude to Death, Death, Terminal Care.
Just as everyone must die, almost everyone will deal with death among close friends or loved ones. This collection explores the often difficult issues of human relationships with the dying, as well as the many stresses and burdens faced by the survivors. Preface Introduction: Toward Standards of Care for the Terminally Ill, Robert Kastenbaum.
Compact and compassionate, this book will help both the bereaved and the secular or spiritual counselors they consult affirm . It shows how we can embrace the dying and the bereaved in the membership club of the living.
Compact and compassionate, this book will help both the bereaved and the secular or spiritual counselors they consult affirm sustaining attachments even in the face of death.
Buddhist Care for the Dying and Bereaved. This book focuses attention on the complexity of the topics of death and dying by drawing on the interrelationship between the discourses of health, science, social anthropology, history and the social sciences
Buddhist Care for the Dying and Bereaved. Simon & Schuster Distribution. The Palliative Approach: A Resource for Healthcare Workers. This book focuses attention on the complexity of the topics of death and dying by drawing on the interrelationship between the discourses of health, science, social anthropology, history and the social sciences. It explores some of the complexities within these domains and provides insights into the challenges faced by those who work with people who are dying or those who have experienced loss through death.
participatory perspective . death and dying are viewed as natural and life promoting. overcoming perspective. During prolonged dying, the bereaved person's acknowledgment that the loss is inevitable and emotional preparation for it. appropriate death. A perspective that assumes that people cope most effectively with loss when they oscillate between dealing with the emotional consequences of loss and attending to life changes which - when handled successfully - have restorative, or healing, effects. durable power of attorney for health care.
This collection of essays presents a variety of perspectives on death and dying by scholars from different countries.
Coping with death and dying involves much more than learning to live with grief. This approach considers the individual in a broader, more holistic context than traditional theories. This book provides both a broad theoretical framework and practical strategies for systemic therapeutic work.