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The Palliative Care Handbook

Condition: BRAND NEW
ISBN: 9780987582874
Author(s): Rod Macleod
Format: Paperback
Year: 2015
Publisher: Hammond Press
Dimensions: 120 x 0 x 180 (w x l x h)
Pages: 160

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'This handbook is not for the bookshelf but will be kept close at hand as an essential and trusted palliative care resource.' - A/Prof Colm Cunningham Director, Dementia Centre The Palliative Care Handbook is an internationally bestselling and highly accessible resource for supporting palliative care where ever it occurs. Not only widely used by doctors and nurses, it is has a strong record of assisting patients and families as they seek simple, brief and accurate information about the symptoms and treatments they encounter. 'Recently when my mother was facing her last days, I had trouble understanding the medications that were being recommended and symptoms that were of concern. I came across a copy of The Palliative Care Handbook and within minutes found a brief and easy to understand description of the things my mum was going through - and not just physical, but emotional and spiritual too. I then looked up the drugs that had been prescribed and this helped me feel much better informed.' Andrew, NSW.
The three authors are international experts in their fields and author Professor Rod MacLeod recently was appointed Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to palliative care. It is significant the eighth edition includes section in dementia as palliative care for people with dementia is an increasing issues. NSW Minister for Health, Jillian Skinner, will launch the latest edition of The Palliative Care Handbook in Sydney on N
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