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Resilience in palliative care : achievement in adversity / edited by Barbara Monroe, David Oliviere.

Contributor(s): Monroe, Barbara | Oliviere, DavidMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2007. Description: xiii, 302 p. : ill. ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780199206414 (pbk.) :; 9780199206414 (alk. paper); 0199206414 (alk. paper)Subject(s): Palliative treatment -- Psychological aspects | Resilience (Personality trait) | Terminally ill -- Psychology | Caregivers -- Psychology | Palliative Care -- psychology | Adaptation, Psychological | Caregivers -- psychology | Family -- psychology | Patients -- psychologyDDC classification: 616.029 LOC classification: R726.8 | .R466 2007NLM classification: 2007 K-195 | WB 310Online resources: Table of contents only
Contents:
Resilience and its narrative / Kerry Bluglass -- Resilience and the psychobiological base / Max Watson -- Resilience and bereaved children : helping a child to develop a resilient mind-set following the death of a parent / Julie Stokes -- Resilient families / Talia Zaider and David Kissane -- Resilient carers and caregivers / Sheila Payne -- Resilience and paediatric palliative care / Joan Marston -- Resilience and spirituality / Stefan Vanistendael -- Resilience and rehabilitation / Adrian Tookman -- Resilience and bereavement : part 1 / Linda Machin -- Resilience and bereavement : part 2 / Phyllis R. Silverman -- Resilient multiprofessional teams / Malcolm Payne -- Resilient organizations : part 1 / Peter Speck -- Resilient organizations : part 2 : organizational resilience within the National Health Service and cancer care / Timothy Jackson -- Resilient communities / Allan Kellehear and Barbara Young -- Resilience in trauma and disaster / Stephen Regel -- Resilience in resource-poor settings / Amanda Bingley and Elizabeth McDermott -- Resilience and creativity / Nigel Hartley.
Summary: Resilience is the capacity of people or social systems to achieve in the face of adversity. This book will help health and social care professionals understand and utilise the concept of resilience (in the context of palliative care.)
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St. Conal’s Hospital, Letterkenny

Located in the Education Centre on the first floor of St. Conal's hospital. Office Library open 8:00am-3.30pm Mon-Fri. The library remains open as a study and work station area on evenings and weekends. 

Letterkenny University Hospital Library R726.8.R27 2007 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available B06191
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Formerly CIP. Uk

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Resilience and its narrative / Kerry Bluglass -- Resilience and the psychobiological base / Max Watson -- Resilience and bereaved children : helping a child to develop a resilient mind-set following the death of a parent / Julie Stokes -- Resilient families / Talia Zaider and David Kissane -- Resilient carers and caregivers / Sheila Payne -- Resilience and paediatric palliative care / Joan Marston -- Resilience and spirituality / Stefan Vanistendael -- Resilience and rehabilitation / Adrian Tookman -- Resilience and bereavement : part 1 / Linda Machin -- Resilience and bereavement : part 2 / Phyllis R. Silverman -- Resilient multiprofessional teams / Malcolm Payne -- Resilient organizations : part 1 / Peter Speck -- Resilient organizations : part 2 : organizational resilience within the National Health Service and cancer care / Timothy Jackson -- Resilient communities / Allan Kellehear and Barbara Young -- Resilience in trauma and disaster / Stephen Regel -- Resilience in resource-poor settings / Amanda Bingley and Elizabeth McDermott -- Resilience and creativity / Nigel Hartley.

Resilience is the capacity of people or social systems to achieve in the face of adversity. This book will help health and social care professionals understand and utilise the concept of resilience (in the context of palliative care.)

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