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End of Life Care - Strategies for Optimizing Family & Team Communications

Presntation by Susan Blacker, RSW, MSW at the NICE (National Institute for the Care of the Elderly) Knowledge Exchange Conference 2012.

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Spirituality and Medical Practice: Using the HOPE Questions as a Practical Tool for Spiritual Assessment

The HOPE questions described in this article provide a guide for spirituality assessment.
As published in American Family Physician, 2001...

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African American Outreach Guide

Free online outreach guides for health care providers to enhance access and palliative care in these diverse communities.

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I Don't Know What to Say, 2nd ed.

The author discusses the challenges he experienced when caring for a terminally ill family member. Very practical suggestions for health...

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Complicated Grief in Canada: Exploring the Client and Professional Landscape

Complicated Grief in Canada: Exploring the Client and Professional Landscape
Marney R. Thompson, Allyson D. Whiteman, Karen D. Loucks, and ...

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Life in a hospice: Reflections on caring for the dying

None of us likes to think about what our last days will be like. But if we do think about...

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Indigenous Voices

First Nations, Inuit and M├ętis share stories about living with serious illness and grief in over 170 short video clips....

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Completing the Circle: Diverse Voices of Protocol and Health

In this video Aboriginal Elders and community members describe the diversity of protocol that First Nations follow when a community...

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Handbook of Psychiatry in Palliative Medicine

Eight years have passed since the first edition of The Handbook of Psychiatry in Palliative Medicine was published. In...

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Companioning the Bereaved: A Soulful Guide for Caregivers

Dr. Wolfelt, a respected grief educator, presents a model for grief counseling based on his "companioning" principles.

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