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Working with Bereavement

A Practical Guide

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 200
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20 October 2014

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A practical guide for those who work with the bereaved in a variety of settings, from nurses and social workers to volunteers. Covering ethics, cultural issues and support networks, an essential text for those seeking to...

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A practical guide for those who work with the bereaved in a variety of settings, from nurses and social workers to volunteers. Covering ethics, cultural issues and support networks, an essential text for those seeking to build understanding and skills in order to offer better support to the dying and the bereaved.

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Appeals to a wide audience of trainees, professionals and volunteers,?with strong sales potential both via lecturer and?word-of-mouth recommendation and trade sales


Discusses all aspects of bereavement and dying within a clear conceptual framework, giving practitioners the tools to offer comprehensive support

Reflects the diverse field of bereavement work in its mix of?theory, skills and?case material, with very?uptodate?coverage of complicated grief, cultural differences in grieving and selfcare
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1. Introduction
2. Theories of Bereavement
3. Immediate Support for the Bereaved
4. Longer Term Support for the Bereaved
5. Cultural and Faith Influences
6. Differing Perspectives of Grief
7. Sudden and Traumatic Death
8. Suicide
9. Death of a Baby/Child
10. Unrecognised Grief
11. Self Care when Working with the Bereaved
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Janet Lynn Wilson is a Senior Lecturer in Nursing at Sheffield Hallam University, UK. She has worked for over 30 years as a healthcare professional. She is also a psychotherapist with many years' experience as a counsellor, group facilitator and supervisor of those involved in supporting the bereaved. She has recently completed research into nursing staff responses to patient death and has published papers on this and related topics.

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Janet Lynn Wilson is a Senior Lecturer in Nursing at Sheffield Hallam University, UK. She has worked for over 30 years as a healthcare professional. She is also a psychotherapist with many years' experience as a counsellor, group facilitator and supervisor of those involved in supporting the bereaved. She has recently completed research into nursing staff responses to patient death and has published papers on this and related topics.

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