Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Fiona Randall, Robin S. Downie.|
|Contributions||Downie, R. S.|
|LC Classifications||R726.8 .R35 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005029034|
The idea of a philosophy of palliative care emerged with Cicely Saunders' vision for ‘a good death’, and was developed further with the World Health Organization (WHO) definition of palliative care. It is now being applied not only to cancer patients, but to all patients in end-of-life situations. As this palliative care approach advances, it is important to pause and comment on its Author: Fiona Randall. Fiona Randall is a consultant in palliative medicine, with a background in health care ethics and philosophy. She has served on BMA ethics committees, the Association of Palliative Medicine ethics working party, and has been recently involved in drafting Cited by: 2 Objectives zIdentify the philosophical values that inform the palliative approach zDistinguish between populations, primary and specialist models of palliative care zDiscuss the transition phases of care for the elderly zAnalyse concepts of holistic care as these relate to context of elderly residentsFile Size: KB. The philosophy of palliative care has long remained undisputed by health care professionals and philosophers. This unique book reviews the ethical problems inherent within care of the terminally ill. It suggests a new philosophy statement that could improve clinical care and take the specialty forward/5.
Hospice care is a philosophy of caring that assists those nearing the end of life and in need of refuge. It is a system of caring designed to restore dignity and provide a sense of personal fulfillment to the dying. The book concludes with a new philosophy statement for palliative care that flows naturally from the conclusions drawn in the preceding chapters, and I will not spoil the potential reader’s anticipation and pleasure by paraphrasing it in this review. Above all, the work is honest and : S C Allen. The Philosophy of Palliative Care: Critique and Reconstruction by Fiona Randall in EPUB, RTF, TXT download e-book. Welcome to our site, dear reader! All content included on our site, such as text, images, digital downloads and other, is the property of it's content suppliers and protected by US and international copyright laws%(). Principles of Palliative Care Palliative care incorporates the whole spectrum of care — medical, nursing, psychological, social, cultural and spiritual. A holistic approach, incorporating these wider aspects of care, is good medical practice and in palliative care it is essential.
The idea of a philosophy of palliative care emerged with Cicely Saunders' vision for 'a good death', and was developed further with the WHO definition of palliative care. It is now being applied not only to cancer patients, but to all patients in end of life situations. As this 'palliative care approach' advances, it is important to pause and comment on its effectiveness. Payne S, Seymour J, Ingleton C. () Palliative Care Nursing. Palliative Care Nursing: Principles and Evidence for practice (2ed) Maidenhead: Open University Press. Randall F, Downie RS. () The Philosophy of Palliative Care: Critique and Reconstruction, Oxford University Press, Oxford. The philosophy of palliative care has long remained undisputed by health care professionals and philosophers. This unique book reviews the ethical problems inherent within care of the terminally ill. It suggests a new philosophy statement that could improve clinical care and take the specialty forward. Palliative Care and Catholic Health Care: Two Millennia of Caring for the Whole Person (Philosophy and Medicine Book ) - Kindle edition by Peter J. Cataldo, Dan O’Brien, Cataldo, Peter J., O’Brien, Dan. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Palliative Care and Catholic Health Price: $