6 edition of Resilience in palliative care found in the catalog.
Resilience in palliative care
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Barbara Monroe, David Oliviere.|
|Contributions||Monroe, Barbara., Oliviere, David.|
|LC Classifications||R726.8 .R466 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007021615|
Resilience and Palliative Care Monroe B and Oliviere D. () OUP Building Resilience Seligman M. Harvard Business Review () Flourish: a visionary new understanding of happiness and wellbeing Seligman M. Atria Books () Full bibliography HandoutFile Size: 2MB. This chapter examines the resilience of family carers and caregivers in the palliative care setting. It analyses the impact of caring on caregivers using available data from relevant literature and from the personal accounts of caregivers. It highlights the discrepancies between how caregiving is construed by health and social care practitioners and the representation of the lived experience Author: Sheila Payne.
Exploratory Associations Between Sample Characteristics and Baseline Outcomes. At preintervention, longer time working in palliative care was associated with greater self-efficacy (r s = , P = ), whereas older age was associated with less perspective taking (r s = −, P = ).There were no other associations of age, gender, marital status, or years of palliative care experience Cited by: Resilience and Well-being. Resilience and well-being is a challenge not just for those in hospice and palliative care, but for all of medicine. Although evidence suggests that organizational factors such as workflow disruptions associated with documentation in the electronic health record play a larger role than personal factors in driving clinician distress, there are things each of us can do.
The first book of its kind, Resilience and Palliative Care - Achievement in adversityResilience and Palliative Care - Achievement in adversity. Monroe B, Oliviere D () Introduction: unlocking resilience in palliative care. In: Monroe BOliviere D Resilience in Palliative Care—Achievement in Adversity. Oxford University Press, Oxford: 1–7 Crossref, Google Scholar; Öhlén J, Segesten K () The professional identity of Cited by: 9.
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The first book of its kind, Resilience and Palliative Care- Achievement in Adversity takes the increasing international literature on resilience and applies it to palliative and end of life care. The book offers an overview of all key aspects of palliative care, presented through a resilience 5/5(1).
The first book of its kind, Resilience and Palliative Care- Achievement in Adversity takes the increasing international literature on resilience and applies it to palliative and end of life care.
The book offers an overview of all key aspects of palliative care, presented through a resilience. The first book of its kind, Resilience and Palliative Care- Achievement in Adversity takes the increasing international literature on Resilience in palliative care book and applies it to palliative and end of life care.
The book offers an overview of all key aspects of palliative care, presented through a resilience perspective. This book offers an overview of key aspects of palliative care, presented through a resilience perspective. Why do some patients and families break down while others surmount the challenges facing them.
What interventions strengthen individual, family and community coping. The book aims to facilitate change with people facing the crisis of death, dying, and bereavement. Resilience in Palliative Care Resilience in Palliative Care: Achievement in Adversity. The first book of its kind, Resilience and Palliative Care- Download link for Resilience in Palliative Care: Achievement in Adversity.
Resilience in Palliative Care: Medical Book Resilience in. Rather, palliative and hospice care requires the expertise and Resilience in palliative care book roles of an interprofessional team to help the patient and family strengthen their resilience, continue to find meaning and purpose in life, and cure what can be cured.
Palliative Care Nursing, Fifth Edition, delivers advanced empirical, aesthetic, ethical and personal knowledge. This new edition brings an increased focus on outcomes, benchmarking progress, and goals of care. The first book of its kind, Resilience and Palliative Care - Achievement in adversity takes the increasing international literature on resilience and applies it to palliative and end-of-life care.
The book offers an overview of all key aspects of palliative care, presented through a resilience 5/5(1). Resilience and well-being in palliative care staff Abstract Working with cancer patients is considered stressful.
Yet, palliative care staff experience similar levels of psychological distress and lower levels of burnout than staff working in other specialties. The emergence in of palliative care as a medical sub-specialty (mentioned in the Preface to the first edition of this book) has brought about improvements in care, research, professional education and training, and in the understanding by the public and the politicians of what needs to be done and what can be done for those at the.
Palliative care is a practice discipline, which involves life-limiting illnesses. The goal of palliative care is to manage symptoms and provide pain relief with a focus on improving quality of life for patients and their families. Patients recieving palliative care generally have progressive illness such as cancer, heart failure, neurological.
This book offers insights into how, at all levels of planning and delivering palliative care, there is the opportunity to maximize coping and increase the capacity of strengthened teams and organizations.
The Palliative Care and Resilience (PCAR) Research Program is developing ways to help children, teens, and young adults – and their parents – become more resilient in the face of serious health problems. We are creating interventions that promote resilience by teaching patients and families how to manage stress, worry, fear and negative emotions, while also finding purpose and meaning from their.
The aging population has only grown since the first edition of this comprehensive and seminal publication released nearly 20 years ago. Based on the need to humanize rather than medicalize the illness experience for patients, Palliative Care Nursing: Quality Care to the End of Life, Fifth Edition, delves into palliative care beyond the specific diseases affecting the patient/5(6).
Resilience may represent a protective factor against stressful and demanding challenges. Therefore, the aim is to systematically review the quantitative studies on resilience in healthcare professionals providing palliative care to adult patients.
A literature search on PubMed, Scopus, Web of Science and PsycINFO databases was : Francesco Zanatta, Marina Maffoni, Anna Giardini. Resilience A framework supporting hospice staff to flourish in stressful times.
Published by Hospice UK in March While great care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of information contained in this publication, Almost always, people told us to look at palliative care and hospices.
Focused on the health care provider's need to maintain his/her own health and wellness, in order to sustain a life of service to others, sometimes under duress. This section addresses cognitive, occupational, emotional, interpersonal, spiritual and self-care strategies that can enhance personal resilience under both happy and stressful.
Download Citation | Resilience in Palliative Care: Achievement in adversity | This book offers an overview of key aspects of palliative care, presented through a resilience perspective.
Why do. Essential Practices in Hospice and Palliative Medicine Expand your knowledge in hospice and palliative medicine. Formerly known as the UNIPAC series, the Essential Practices in Hospice and Palliative Medicine self-study series is comprised of 9 books, each focused on a specific topic in hospice and palliative medicine, with accompanying confidence-based learning modules.
Background: Palliative care clinicians (PCCs) are susceptible to burnout, as they regularly witness immense patient and family suffering; however, little is known about their specific challenges and training needs to enhance their long-term sustainability.
Objective: The purpose of this qualitative study was to explore common stressors, coping strategies, and training needs among Cited by: Resilience is the capacity of people or social systems to achieve in the face of adversity.
This book will help health and social care professionals understand and utilise the concept of resilience (in the context of palliative care.). developed and enhanced in the palliative care nursing workforce. Aim The following was the aim of this review: To identify, appraise and synthesise data from qualitative research studies that describe resilience from the perspective of inpatient palliative care nurses.
The aim was guided by the following question: How do palliative care Cited by: 2.Vol. 52 No. 2 August Building Resilience for Palliative Care Clinicians single-arm studies do indicate that a variety of modalities are acceptable to clinicians and feasible,31e33 but single modality intervention studies may reﬂect selection biasdfor example, our experience suggests that a.Your choice will be saved in a cookie on this computer.
If you are on a public computer, please uncheck this box. What is Palliative Care Guidelines Plus?. This website hosts the PANG Palliative Care Guidelines developed by a collaboration of UK Health organisations.