Dying Well: A Guide to Enabling a Good Death
The second edition of this popular book offers realistic yet empathetic advice to all those involved with caring for the dying. It looks at the psychology of grief and tackles the fears and anger of those who are dying, their loved ones and their professional carers. This new edition also reflects the changes in training for health professionals and improved access to good quality care for a wider range of patients.
All healthcare professionals, including doctors, nurses and all others involved in terminal as well as dying patients their families, friends and carers, will find this book to be an essential resource.
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