There have been many changes in recent times to the attitudes and practice of caring for dying and bereaved people. Hospice movements and organizations such as CRUSE have helped make significant improvements in levels of care, and the experience of those working with people dying of AIDS has contributed a great deal to our understanding of the needs of dying and bereaved people. This book examines the practicalities of caring for dying people and the counselling needs of the bereaved, and is aimed at nurses and social and residential workers.
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Book Description Singular Pub Group, 1994. Book Condition: New. 182 pp., paperback, NEW!!. Bookseller Inventory # ZB504581