This highly successful and well-established key introductory text for palliative care, is now in its fourth edition. It has been fully revised and updated throughout with greatly expanded sections on pruritis and lymphoedema, and covers more on ethics and communication and other aspects of psychological care. Introducing Palliative Care was developed from the author’s training programme now used in many countries around the world; this new edition is an essential introduction for all professionals working within palliative care.
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'Much updated' General Practitioner 'Revised, updated and expanded' Information Exchange 'A wonderful overview of the field... essential reading' European Journal of Palliative Care 'Highly recommended' Progress in Palliative Care 'Its appeal will be wide' British Medical Journal 'A classic' Palliative Medicine 'An essential manual and guide' Journal of Community Nursing 'Truly multi-disciplinary in its approach, this is a valuable resource' Professional Nurse 'A handy reference' Nursing Times 'Accurate, practical and up to date' International Journal of Palliative Care 'A practical, common sense approach' Hospital Doctor 'An ideal book' Age and Ageing 'Sensible but practical, a practical resource' Health Service Journal 'Excellent. Concise but comprehensive' Journal of Pharmaceutical Care in Pain and Symptom Control 'Easy reading, yet gives a wealth of valuable information' Scottish Journal of Healthcare Chaplaincy
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Book Description Routledge, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P11185775915X
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