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by Leah Rogne Ph.D.,Susana McCune MA CT

Advance Care Planning: Communicating About Matters of Life and Death epub ebook

Author: Leah Rogne Ph.D.,Susana McCune MA CT
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company; 1 edition (July 29, 2013)
Pages: 400 pages
ISBN: 0826110215
ISBN13: 978-0826110213
Rating: 4.8
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Автор: Rogne Leah, McCune Susana Название: Advance Care Planning . 2013 Серия: Medicine Язык: ENG Иллюстрации: 10 illustrations Размер: 226 x 155 x 21 Читательская аудитория: Professional and scholarly Ключевые слова: Rehabilitation Подзаголовок: Communicating about matters of life and death Рейтинг: Поставляется из: Англии Описание: This is a very substantive book that encompasses the various aspects of advance care planning, both prior to and after a diagnosis of a life-limiting disease.

Leah Rogne, Susana McCune. Rogne (sociology, Minnesota State . Mankato) and McCune, a doctoral student in clinical psychology at Antioch U. Seattle who has served as a hospice volunteer and employee, bring together palliative care physicians, nurses, social workers, grief counselors, educators, lawyers, psychologists, sociologists, and medical ethicists from the US, Canada, and Europe for 21 chapters meant to help facilitate communication and decision-making between individuals. And professionals about medical care at the end of life.

Advance Care Planning : Communicating about Matters of Life and Death. by Susana Lauraine McCune and Leah Rogne. Advance Care Planning is a rich, insightful book of interest to a broad range or disciplines

Advance Care Planning : Communicating about Matters of Life and Death. Advance Care Planning is a rich, insightful book of interest to a broad range or disciplines. It raises questions about why, in spite of so much knowledge and effort, we have not progressed in more effective and extensive use of AC. -"OMEGA: Journal of Death and Dying" This is a very substantive book that encompasses the various aspects of advance care planning, both prior to and after a diagnosis of a life-limiting disease.

Rogne, . & McCune, S. L. (Ed. 2014) Cite this entry as: McCune . 2016) Advance Care Planning. In: ten Have H. (eds) Encyclopedia of Global Bioethics. Advance care planning: Communicating about matters of life and death. Werth, J. & Blevins, D. Decision making near the end of life: Issues, developments, and future directions. Authors and Affiliations. Cite this entry as: McCune .

Introduction: A matter of life and death Advance care planning: Communicating .

Introduction: A matter of life and death Advance care planning: Communicating about matters of life and death. Leah Rogne, Susana Lauraine McCune. While advance directives hold a great deal of promise for ensuring self-determination and quality of life near its end, the majority of Americans face life-threatening illness without havin. More).

About Susana Lauraine McCune: Susana McCune, MA, CT, is. .

Her doctoral studies include a concentration in Health Psychology with a specialization in end-of-life care. She has presented at the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization Annual Clinical Conference; trained hospice nurses, social workers, and volunteers; and also trains psychologists, chaplains, and spiritual caregivers to provide care during end of life, at death, and through bereavement.

"Advance Care Planning is a rich, insightful book of interest to a broad range or disciplines. It raises questions about why, in spite of so much knowledge and effort, we have not progressed in more effective and extensive use of ACP."--OMEGA: Journal of Death and Dying

This is a very substantive book that encompasses the various aspects of advance care planning, both prior to and after a diagnosis of a life-limiting disease. The realistic case studies help readers understand the complexities of decision-making by the individual and the family."--Doody's Medical Reviews

While advance directives hold a great deal of promise for ensuring self-determination and quality of life near its end, the majority of Americans face life-threatening illness without having completed effective advance care planning.. This volume recounts the history of advance directives, chronicling the evolution of an approach that initially focused on completing forms, to one that now emphasizes more comprehensive strategies for facilitating conversations about end-of-life care and planning for dying and death. It provides helpful strategies for initiating and guiding discussions among providers, patients, and their loved ones, easing the burdens of uncertainty, and improving the efficacy of surrogate decision making near the end of life.

Scholars and practitioners from a variety of disciplines provide a well-rounded view of the history and challenges of advance directives. Authors include palliative care physicians, nurses, social workers, grief counselors, educators, lawyers, psychologists, sociologists, and medical ethicists. The book shares successful strategies on how effective advance care planning can provide smoother transitions at the end of life and ensure better quality of living before death. It incorporates effective multidisciplinary, relationship-based models of advance care planning along with multidisciplinary perspectives to help caregiving professionals initiate conversations and disseminate relevant information to patients and their loved ones and advocates. Case studies illustrate the importance of, challenges with, and prospects for advance directives and advance care planning. The book addresses common barriers to advance care planning and offers ways to overcome them, as well as detailing public health, legal, and comprehensive community planning approaches to change how our current American society deals with dying, death, and end-of-life care.

Key Features:

Introduces a multidisciplinary, pragmatic approach to advance care planning Addresses strategies to reform advance care planning Presents case studies illustrating the importance, benefits, and challenges of advance directives Features successful initiatives in advance care planning and new directions that shift community practice related to dying, death, and end-of-life care. Includes the contributions of physicians, grief counselors, medical ethicists, social workers, psychologists, medical ethicists, lawyers, nurses, educators, and others

Reviews (2)
Gri
This collection of works fills a huge void - we cannot escape death and yet we will not speak of it! If you work in any capacity as a counselor, therapist, or just as a compassionate human, you will encounter the many emotions surrounding death and loss. The conversations we have with each other about death are at once painful and liberating. These essays should spark many conversations.

Pruster
This collection has been really helpful in my research on Dying Well.

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