5 edition of Hospice approaches to pediatric care found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||Charles A. Corr, Donna M. Corr, editors.|
|Contributions||Corr, Charles A., Corr, Donna M.|
|LC Classifications||RJ249 .H67 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 290 p. :|
|Number of Pages||290|
|LC Control Number||84026736|
Pediatric E-Journal NHPCO’s Pediatric E-Journal is published by members of the Pediatric Advisory Council and is available free-of-charge to all interested individuals. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. NHPCO’s official, peer-reviewed journal. Members may subscribe to JPSM—and receive all 12 issues—at greatly reduced rates. Pediatric Palliative Care Consultant (PPCC) is intended to be a quick reference guide for palliative symptom management in pediatric patients. The authors and collaborators have systematically reviewed and collected the pertinent literature and resources related to pediatric palliative care and compiled the information into concise guidelines for effective management of symptoms.
Like palliative care, hospice provides comprehensive comfort care as well as support for the family, but, in hospice, attempts to cure the person's illness are stopped. Hospice is provided for a person with a terminal illness whose doctor believes he or she has 6 months . There are resources being developed to help the hospice and palliative care community develop the necessary skills to care for pediatric patients and families. NHPCO created Standards of Practice for Pediatric Care and Hospice that augment our Standards of Practice for Hospice Care (first published in ).
Pediatric Hospice The decision to move from active treatment of a child’s illness to hospice care is always heart-breaking, as this means accepting that recovery is unlikely and that doctors believe the end of life will come within months rather than after the decades . In , hospice and palliative medicine (HPM) became an officially recognized subspecialty. This designation helped initiate the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education Outcomes Project in HPM. As part of this process, a group of expert clinician–educators in HPM defined the initial competency-based outcomes for HPM fellows (General HPM Competencies).Cited by:
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hospice approaches to pediatric care. New York: Springer Pub. Co., © (OCoLC) Document Type. The Hospice and Palliative Medicine Approach to Caring for Pediatric Patients vii Accreditation Statement The American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM) is accredited by the Accreditation Coun-cil for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
AAHPM. With contributions from an international group of expert educators, clinicians, and parents, this book takes a truly interdisciplinary approach to pediatric palliative care, presenting best practices, clear instruction, and the latest information and research for anyone involved in pediatric palliative and end-of-life care/5(4).
Hospice is an attitude, not a place. Hospice care can be at home, in a specialty setting, on a general ward (chapter 3), or incorporated into a neonatal intensive care unit (chapter 7). This well-organized monograph reads easily and dispels all of the usual reasons "not to do it." There are detailed examples of successful programs : Ruth Andrea Seeler.
Essentials 7 book: Pediatric Palliative Care and Hospice This book is designed to acquaint healthcare practitioners with a base of knowledge and a defined set of skills to care. Child Life Specialist. Our certified child life specialist provides support to our pediatric patients receiving hospice and palliative care and their siblings.
Using age-appropriate activities including books, games, and arts and crafts, the child life specialist helps children talk about their feelings and fears in a safe environment and gives them strategies for coping with their grief and. Pediatric palliative care and pediatric hospice care (PPC-PHC) are often essential aspects of medical care for patients who have life-threatening conditions or need end-of-life care.
PPC-PHC aims to relieve suffering, improve quality of life, facilitate informed decision-making, and assist in care coordination between clinicians and across sites of care. Cultural Approaches to Pediatric Palliative Care in Central Massachusetts: Palliative Care Resources This subject guide is a collaborative project with the Children's Medical Center Pediatric Palliative Care Team, the Lamar Soutter Library, and Interpreter : Victoria Rossetti.
Essential Practices in Hospice and Palliative Medicine Expand your knowledge in hospice and palliative medicine Formerly known as the UNIPAC series, the Essential Practices in Hospice and Palliative Medicine self-study series is comprised of 9 books, each focused on a specific topic in hospice and palliative medicine, with accompanying confidence-based learning modules.
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Art and other expressive approaches can be great ways to help children identify their feelings of grief. Activities might include painting a picture of the feeling; writing and drawing in a journal; reading books or watching movies that open up discussions of death and loss; making a list of what makes you angry, sad, afraid, frustrated, etc.
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This chapter provides an overview of pediatric palliative care, which is a family-centered approach to multifaceted care that focuses on a child’s and family’s well-being along a physical, psychological, emotional, spiritual, and social continuum. Pediatric hospice is a necessary and unique part of comprehensive pediatric palliative care as it can be provided simultaneously with curative.
Talbot Hospice has arranged for expert consultation from the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Maryland Medical Center.
Faculty members with expertise in palliative care and end-of-life management in pediatrics are available to ensure age-appropriate and evidence-based care is provided to pediatric hospice patients. Cultural Approaches to Pediatric Palliative Care in Central Massachusetts: Culturally Sensitive Palliative Care This subject guide is a collaborative project with the Children's Medical Center Pediatric Palliative Care Team, the Lamar Soutter Library, and Interpreter : Victoria Rossetti.
PPC/hospice services can be grouped into four basic models, which allow care across settings: hospital-based programs, community agencies, or long-term care facility-based programs, hospice-based programs, and free-standing pediatric hospice facilities.
10 Hospital-based PPC programs, available in 70% of U.S. children's hospitals, primarily. Collaboration between programs and interested individuals dedicated to pediatric palliative care (e.g., members of the American Association of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, and Children's Hospice International), as well as funding for these collaborations, must be a national by: The standard of hospice care for U.S.
adults was based on a hospice home care program in early in New Haven. Hospice care for pediatric patients has been slower to develop for a variety of reasons, some of which are related to illnesses children have and barriers to : Sarah F.
Zarbock. Pediatric Palliative Care Education. This rich array of self-paced online courses provides pediatric specialists, or hospice, palliative care, and home health professionals serving patients of all ages, with comprehensive skills and strategies needed to effectively care for seriously ill infants, children, teens, and young adults, and their families.
Rather, palliative and hospice care requires the expertise and unique roles of an interprofessional team to help the patient and family strengthen their resilience, continue to find meaning and purpose in life, and cure what can be cured. Palliative Care Nursing, Fifth Edition, delivers advanced empirical, aesthetic, ethical and personal knowledge.
This new edition brings an increased focus on outcomes. Essential Practices in Hospice and Palliative Medicine. The Essentials books and learning modules are written to serve as board preparation and cover a variety of topics in hospice and palliative medicine.
Once you have read the books, utilize the online learning modules, a confidence-based learning system for ongoing assessment and training.Despite advances in medical care, many children still die throughout the world, making education in pediatric palliative care a universal need.
The hospice/palliative medicine approach to caring for pediatric patients,Glenview: American Academy of Hospice; and Palliative by: 1.Bruce Jennings (ed.). ETHICS IN HOSPICE CARE: Challenges to Hospice Values in a Changing Health Care Environment.
Routledge, 97 pp. ISBN Review: Stephen R. Connor. HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE. The Essential Guide, 3rd Ed. Routledge, pp, paperback. ISBN Review: Carlo Leget. ART OF LIVING, ART.