Hospice and Palliative Care: Concepts and Practice
Walter B. Forman
Jones and Bartlett, 2003 - Medical - 288 pages
Hospice and Palliative Care offers theoretical perspectives and practical information about this growing field, and explains how the interdisciplinary team functions in the hospice setting.They then discuss challenges to the team including symptom management, death education, ethical issues, and support groups.
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The Interdisciplinary Team
The Office Staff as Team Members
Eligibility and Reimbursement for Hospice
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