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Palliative Care of the Elderly

Monica Mori

Palliative Care of the Elderly

An Overview and Annotated Bibliography

by Monica Mori

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Published by Gerontology Research Center .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages213
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11049942M
ISBN 100864911068
ISBN 109780864911063

Books about death, dying, serious illness, end-of-life and palliative care issues. | Being Mortal, ‘When Breath Becomes Air’: Young doctor’s last words of wisdom, hope, The Four Things That Matter Most - Ira Byock, THE CONVERSATION, and Knocking on Heaven’s Door.   Geriatric Palliative Care (GPC) is a field of inter-specialty collaboration unifying competences from geriatric medicine and palliative care to respond to the socio-demographic changes and challenges of older adults with severe and life-limiting by: 8.

  1 End of Life Care Strategy – promoting high quality care for all adults at the end of life Published by Department of Health (England) 2 Edmonds P., Rogers A. If only someone had told me. A review of patients dying in hospital. Clin Med 3, 3 Sutton L.M.: Denmark-Wahnefried W., Clipp E.C. Management of terminal cancer in elderly patients. End of life care includes palliative care. If you have an illness that cannot be cured, palliative care makes you as comfortable as possible, by managing your pain and other distressing symptoms. It also involves psychological, social and spiritual support for you and your family or carers.

The option of palliative care. Palliative care is person-centered care with a goal of maximizing a patient's quality of life. To achieve this, the palliative care team attends to physical Author: Eileen Beal. Discusses the goals and challenges involved in palliative care. Lists key aspects of addressing advanced medical directives, do-not-resuscitate (DNR) orders, mechanical ventilation, and tube feedings at the end of life. Describes major symptoms encountered in terminal illness and treatment options. Outlines common sources of mental, emotional, and spiritual suffering at the end of life and.


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Gift Ideas in Hospice & Palliative Care ‹ Any Department ‹ Books ‹ Textbooks ‹ Medicine & Health Sciences ‹. Palliative Care, Ageing and Spirituality: A Guide for Older People, Carers and Families: Medicine & Health Science Books @ ed by: 3.

Palliative care in the older person occurs in the context of chronic disease and multimorbidity. Coexisting conditions include musculoskeletal, psychiatric, cognitive, and chronic pain-related problems, each associated with substantive symptomatology and disability.

Most crucial is to avoid management within disease ‘silos’ and the risks associated with polypharmacy, which both contribute Author: Meera Agar. This chapter explores the role of palliative care for all conditions but focuses on the needs of the elderly.

It defines palliative care from a geriatric perspective and its goals. The principles of palliative care are discussed, as is the need for planning of integrated care through interdisciplinary team : Shahla Siddiqui. Palliative Care and Medicine for Older People is a new e-book in a collection of subject-themed e-books containing relevant key articles from e-books provide a perfect source of revision for post-graduate exams in clinical medicine and portfolio material for life-long learning.

The emergence in of palliative care as a medical sub-specialty (mentioned in the Preface to the first edition of this book) has brought about improvements in care, research, professional education and training, and in the understanding by the public and the politicians of what needs to be done and what can be done for those at the.

Palliative Care Books Showing of Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End (Hardcover) by. Atul Gawande (shelved 8 times as palliative-care) avg rating —ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read. Palliative Care Nursing 5th Edition PDF: Quality Care to the End of Life E-BOOK DESCRIPTION “This 5th edition is an important achievement; it is a symbol of commitment to the field of palliative nursing, where we have been and where we are going.”.

Those “getting started” are reminded that the IAHPC has its own regularly updated list of recommended books on almost every aspect of Hospice and Palliative Care, most available from Amazon.

Each has been reviewed by experienced and eminent members of the IAHPC who understand the needs of all working in palliative care. Your choice will be saved in a cookie on this computer. If you are on a public computer, please uncheck this box.

What is Palliative Care Guidelines Plus?. This website hosts the PANG Palliative Care Guidelines developed by a collaboration of UK Health organisations.

Textbook of Palliative Care is a comprehensive, clinically relevant and state-of-the art book, aimed at advancing palliative care as a science, a clinical practice and as an art. It will be of value to all disciplines and professions where the care of people approaching death is important.

The origins of palliative care. The modern hospice movement. Other early developments. Gaining recognition and setting standards for palliative care. Contemporary issues and future challenges. Palliative care at ReferencesCited by: 1. Palliative care for older people with dementia 8.

Improving care for older people in hospitals 9. Improving palliative care for older people living in nursing and residential care homes Improving palliative care for older people at home Family caregivers Symptom-specifi c interventions Advance care planning   Palliative (pronounced pal-lee-uh-tiv) care is treatment for the physical, emotional and psychological symptoms that can occur during a serious illness.

In modern palliative care, doctors and care givers focus, not on curing or extending life, but on optimizing everyday life. The growing geriatric population in the United States has created an increasing need for palliative medicine services across the range of medical and surgical specialties.

Yet, palliative medicine lacks the resources to carry such a workload itself. Geriatric Palliative Care addresses this need by encouraging individual specialties to "own" the management of elderly with the same vigor as they.

The ideal trajectory of palliative care for the elderly is longitudinal, with an evolving balance of palliative and curative measures (Figure 1). 3 Such an approach could overcome the current tendency to use a reactive approach to end-of-life care that is focused on acute illness by: Get this from a library.

Palliative care of the elderly: an overview and annotated bibliography. [Monica Mori; Simon Fraser University. Gerontology Research Centre.]. The IAHPC Manual of Palliative Care is not intended to be a substitute for any textbook or reference book. Nor do its authors claim that it is exhaustive and comprehensive.

It does however contain much of what is necessary for the day-to-day practice of palliative care. Severe illness with an uncertain outcome and end-of-life situations call for good palliative care for the patients concerned.

The Association for Geriatric Palliative Medicine (FGPG) promotes the integration of a palliative care approach and skills into the care of elderly and very elderly people – both in the inpatient setting and at home. Tafta will be hosting a Palliative Care Workshop on 15 May at the Anna Conradie Service Centre, 42 South Beach Avenue, Durban.

This course is CPD accredited ( points) and is a must for anyone caring for terminally ill patients and/or the aged. Among the topics to be covered are: The prinicpals of palliative care; Health ethics. David Oliviere. David Oliviere is a consultant in psychosocial palliative care, a social worker, an educationalist and a clinical supervisor.

He is former director of Education and Training at St Christopher’s Hospice in London and visiting professor at the School of Education and Health Sciences at Middlesex University.Carol Lovci, RN, MSN, VP, long-term care and special services, San Diego Hospice and The Institute of Palliative Medicine, San Diego.

Byock, I. Dying Well, Riverside Books, Hospice.Free Palliative Care eBooks for Training and Discussion These eBooks are great resources to enhance your training, deepen your discussions, and advance your practice in palliative care, hospice, or any healthcare setting.

Feel free to share them, print them, and bring them to staff meetings or training sessions. These concise and insightful publications will enlighten [ ].