A collection of accounts exploring the personal and professional
experiences of palliative care workers. The contributors, who are
based at hospices such as St Joseph's in Hackney, demonstrate the
positive impact of reflective practice for families and individuals
who have experienced or are experiencing bereavement. They explain
how and why they came to work in palliative care and what they
bring to the work - as well as the ways in which the work has
enriched their own lives Including descriptive examples of their
own work with clients and families they discuss: how to deal with
your own emotions as well as those of the client; moral dilemmas
you may come up against in your work; managing denial in patients
and carers; general ethical questions in cancer and palliative care
work; and the use of narrative and story-telling in care work.
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