Hospice practice pitfalls and promise stephen r connor taylor francis 1998 medical 200 pages 0 reviews in the context of the authors claims that in the past twenty five years the hospice movement has undergone major changes and has grown enormously what was once a small rebellion against the the way dying people were cared for . Hospice practice pitfalls and promise stephen r connor 1998 taylor and francis washington dc 200 pages hard cover 5995 soft cover 2495 hospice and palliative care handbook quality compliance and reimbursement tina m marrelli 1999 mosby st louis 524 pages soft cover 2995 all kinds of love experiencing hospice . Written as an introduction for professionals this book gives the reader an overall grasp of how hospice care is practised the challenges hospices currently face and the direction the movement is read more. Hospice practice pitfalls and promise is an authoritative highly readable resource for anyone seeking to understand the history theory and practice of hospice care connor builds a strong foundation and effectively conveys the implications that hospice holds for human caring. According to hospice practice pitfalls and promise however hospices passed into history in the middle ages rebirth of hospices st vincent de paul is widely recognized as having revived the hospice tradition when in the 17th century the catholic priest founded sisters of charity in paris
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