Hospice, A Labor of Love

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Chalice Press, Jan 1, 1999 - Medical - 128 pages
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Sharing stories of real people they have encountered as professional hospice caregivers, the authors explore both the practical and philosophical aspects of the hospice movement. Straightforward and nontechnical in approach, Hospice, A Labor of Love offers help and inspiration to hospice volunteers, pastoral counselors, and the families of those who are receiving hospice care.
 

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Contents

Bobbys Story Cindy Longanacre
14
Going Gently Cindy Longanacre
34
The Disease of Stress
57
Grief and Bereavement
73
The Gift of You Ann Wink with John Spivey
86
Values History Form
101
Relieving the DisEase of Stress
115
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About the author (1999)

Denise Glavan, an ordained minister who has several years of experience as a hospice chaplin, is currently serving as a pastor. Cindy Longanacre is a hospice-certified registered nurse with six years of experience in patient care and administration. John Spivey is a published author and columnist for an Oklahoma City newspaper.

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