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Oxford textbook of palliative social work Oxford Textbooks In Palliative Medicine Series

Langue : Anglais

Coordonnateurs : Altilio Terry, Otis-Green Shirley

Préfaciers : Ferrell Betty, Portenoy Russell

Couverture de l’ouvrage Oxford textbook of palliative social work
This comprehensive, evidence-informed text provides clinicians, researchers, policy-makers and academicians, with content to inform and enrich the guidelines recommended by the National Consensus Project and the National Quality Forum Preferred Practices. It is designed to meet the needs of health social work professionals who seek to provide culturally sensitive biopsychosocial-spiritual care for patients and families living with life-threatening illness. Edited by two of the leading social work clinician-researchers in the US, this text serves as the definitive resource for practicing clinicians and fulfills the need for social work faculty who wish to complement general health care texts with information specific to palliative and end-of-life care.
Historical Context. 1. Social Work and Palliative Care: The Early History - Dame Cicely Saunders. 2. Palliative Social Work: An Historical Perspective - Bernice C. Harper. 3. Defining Social Work's Role and Leadership Contributions in Palliative Care - Susan Blacker and Grace H. Christ. 4. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? The Emerging Identity of Palliative Social Workers - Phillip C. Higgins. Social Work Practice: Setting-Specific. 5. Palliative Care Consultation - Colleen M. Mulkerin. 6. Palliative Social Work in the Intensive Care Unit - Andrew J. McCormick. 7. Palliative Social Work in the Emergency Department - Robin Rudy Lawson. 8. Social Work and Palliative Care in Hospice - Sherri Weisenfluh. 9. Pediatric Hospice and Palliative Care: The Invaluable Role of Social Work - Stacy F. Orloff. 10. Home Based Palliative Care -Elena Davis-Stenhouse, Kennan Moore and Becky Niemeyer. 11. Palliative Care in Long-term Care Facilities - Mercedes Bern-Klug and Kelsey Simons. 12. Palliative Care for Veterans - Louisa Daratsos. 13. Special Considerations in Rural and Inner City Areas - Richard B. Francoeur, Susan Murty and Bernice Sandowski. 14. Clinical Trials and the Role of Social Work - Karlynn BrintzenhofSzoc. 15. Key Roles for Palliative Social Work in Correctional Settings - John F. Linder and Sheila R. Enders. Social Work Practice: Screening, Assessment aamp, Intervention. 16. Screening, Assessment and a Problem Solving Intervention for Distress among Palliative Care Patients - James Zabora. 17. Mental Health Risk in Palliative Care: The Social Work Role - Katherine Walsh and Susan Hedlund. 18. Addressing Suffering in Palliative Care: Two Psychotherapeutic Models - Lissa Parsonnet and Carrie Lethborg. 19. Spirituality and Social Work Practice in Palliative Care - Dona J. Reese. 20. Discovering Strengths and Growth in Palliative Care - Susan Cadell, Sheryl Shermak and Meaghen Johnston. 21. Caregivers in Palliative Care: Roles and Responsibilities - Myra Glajchen. 22. Families aamp, Family Conferencing - Iris Cohen Fineberg and Amy Bauer. 23. The Doctor Within: Integrative Medicine, Social Work and Palliative Care - Lucia McBee. 24. Sexuality, Sensuality and Intimacy in Palliative Care - Les Gallo-Silver. 25. The Social Work Role in Pain and Symptom Management - John G. Cagle and Terry Altilio. 26. The Whys and Wherefores of Support Groups: helping people cope - Nancy J. Sherman. 27. Social Work and Technology: The software and hard drive of patient and family care - Katharine M. Campbell. 28. Bereavement in the Beginning Phase of Life: Grief in children and their families - Nancy F. Cincotta. 29. Holding On and Letting Go: The Red Thread of Adult Bereavement - Susan Gerbino and Mary Raymer. Population-Specific Practice. 30. Palliative Social Work and Oncology Care - A. Marlene Lockey, Diane Benefiel and Margaret Meyer. 31. Palliative Care in Chronic Kidney Disease - Teri Browne. 32. Emerging Opportunities for Palliative Social Workers: Organ Failure and Neurological Disease - Kelly M. McHenry and Robin Rudy Lawson. 33. Social Work, HIV Disease and Palliative Care - William Goeren. 34. Palliative Care with Vulnerable Populations - Sarah Gehlert and Teresa Moro. 35. Palliative Care with Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Persons - Kathryn M. Smolinski and Yvette Colon. 36. Social Work in Pediatric Palliative Care - Barbara L. Jones, Stacy S. Remke and Farya Phillips. 37. Palliative Social Work with Older Adults and their Families - Daniel S. Gardner. Collaborations in Palliative Care. 38. Teamwork in Palliative Care: An Integrative Approach - Doretta Stark. 39. Social Work and Psychology - B
Terry Altilio, MSW, ACSW, LCSW is Coordinator of Social Work for the Department of Pain Medicine and Palliative Care at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City. In addition to direct work with patients and families, she has published and lectured nationally and internationally on topics such as pain management, ethics, palliative care and psychosocial issues in end-of-life care. She received a Project on Death in America Social Work Leadership award to establish a social work post graduate fellowship in palliative care and the Social Work Network in End-of-Life and Palliative Care, an email discussion group which currently networks over 500 social workers. Shirley Otis-Green, MSW, ACSW, LCSW, OSW-C is a licensed clinical social worker and Senior Research Specialist in Nursing Research and Education at the City of Hope in Duarte, California. Her clinical work, research, presentations and publications focus on transdisciplinary palliative care and integrated symptom management with a special emphasis on underserved populations. Shirley is the Principal Investigator of two National Cancer Institute-funded grants, and developed the nationally recognized Promoting Excellence in Pain Management and Palliative Care for Social Workers course. She received a Social Work Leadership Award from the Project on Death in America and is a Mayday Pain and Society Fellow.
This is an impressive book and very reseonably priced. It covers the field of palliative and social work and helps set the standard. It will be invaluable for anyone training in palliative social work...it will also be a useful refernce for other members of the palliative care family, be they doctors or nurses or other allied health professionals, to gain a better understanding of what palliative social work is all about.

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