By Christina Mason, Louis Heyse-Moore, Gillie Bolton
The mixed perform region of the individuals to this ebook comprise social paintings, psychotherapy, sociology, counselling psychology, inventive writing, nursing, and medication. a number of of the authors have a number of professions, and feature come to palliative care later of their careers. certainly, the mixed ability of this staff is extraordinary. each one bankruptcy is exclusive and every tale necessary in its personal correct. The commonalities are amazing additionally. i like to recommend it to all palliative care pros, while feeling a little-jaded approximately what we're doing and being swept in addition to the winds of fixing expertise and evidenced dependent perform, and to different health-care employees who think a bent to convey a bit humanity to their care' - Omega Vol fifty one (1) 77-86, 2005 'This ebook deals distinctive manner of taking a look at taking care of palliative mom and dad by utilizing the effect of the self. It additionally bargains a chance for mirrored image how our reviews can enhance the adventure of patient's confronted with the chance of death. execs who get pleasure from interpreting tales will completely get pleasure from this ebook' - foreign magazine of Palliative Nursing 'In a manner it really is impressive that palliative care has now not produced extra books like this: collections during which these engaged within the day-by-day paintings of taking care of loss of life and bereaved humans percentage anything in their motivations for getting into this actual global, their reports alongside the best way, and their purposes for staying in or quitting it . . . Christina Mason used to be correct to embark in this undertaking. She has edited a booklet that merits to be greatly learn' - Palliative drugs 2003 'This is a pleasant ebook. even though its concentration is on pros operating in professional palliative care, it might be helpful for any practitioner desirous to examine extra approximately reflective perform or their motivations for being concerned' - magazine of group Nursing This wealthy number of debts explores the private stories
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But that tells us very little. Was it a miracle? Certainly she was a very devout Christian and she and her family had prayed every day for a cure. She remembered MEDICINE AND PALLIATIVE CARE / 43 waking up one day with a very strong feeling that everything would be all right, and improved from then on. Whenever I tell this story to other doctors, I usually find a polite interest and then a moving on to a different subject. I am surprised at this, since here is such an extraordinary story. Surely, it seems to me, if this is a natural phenomenon, wouldn’t a better understanding of it have dramatic implications for the treatment of cancer?