This text moves from historical perspectives to caring for the caregiver; and includes theories, holistic models, the grief process and responses to loss, ethical and legal considerations, patient centered care, communication, management of specific terminal illnesses, and issues across the lifespan.Within months of his partner dying of AIDS, Rogera#39;s apartment complex was in the path of a tornado. ... As his health wobbled, Roger struggled to make sense of what society was telling him and how he was to aquot;start overaquot; when he could barely climb out of bed each day. ... (Suarez, 2000) Many times people say, do, or believe things because their own filters have prevented them from seeing the situationanbsp;...
|Title||:||End of Life Nursing Care|
|Author||:||Belinda Poor, Gail P. Poirrier, National League for Nursing|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Learning - 2001|