Oxford Textbook Of Palliative Social Work

Hardcover | April 11, 2011

EditorTerry Altilio, Shirley Otis-GreenbyBetty Ferrell

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This comprehensive, evidence-informed text provides clinicians, researchers, policy-makers and academicians, with content to inform and enrich the guidelines recommended by the National Consensus Project and the National Quality Forum Preferred Practices. It is designed to meet the needs ofhealth social work professionals who seek to provide culturally sensitive biopsychosocial-spiritual care for patients and families living with life-threatening illness. Edited by two of the leading social work clinician-researchers in the US, this text serves as the definitive resource forpracticing clinicians and fulfills the need for social work faculty who wish to complement general health care texts with information specific to palliative and end-of-life care.

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This comprehensive, evidence-informed text provides clinicians, researchers, policy-makers and academicians, with content to inform and enrich the guidelines recommended by the National Consensus Project and the National Quality Forum Preferred Practices. It is designed to meet the needs ofhealth social work professionals who seek to ...

Terry Altilio, MSW, ACSW, LCSW, is Coordinator of Social Work for the Department of Pain Medicine and Palliative Care at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City. In addition to direct work with patients and families, she has published and lectured nationally and internationally on topics such as pain management, ethics, palliative...
Format:HardcoverDimensions:784 pages, 11 × 8.5 × 0.98 inPublished:April 11, 2011Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Historical Context1. Dame Cicely Saunders: Social Work and Palliative Care: The Early History2. Bernice C. Harper: Palliative Social Work: An Historical Perspective3. Susan Blacker and Grace: Defining Social Work's Role and Leadership Contributions in Palliative Care4. Phillip C. Higgins: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? The Emerging Identity of Palliative Social WorkersSocial Work Practice: Setting-Specific5. Colleen M. Mulkerin: Palliative Care Consultation6. Andrew J. McCormick: Palliative Social Work in the Intensive Care Unit7. Robin Rudy Lawson: Palliative Social Work in the Emergency Department8. Sherri Weisenfluh: Social Work and Palliative Care in Hospice9. Stacy F. Orloff: Pediatric Hospice and Palliative Care: The Invaluable Role of Social Work10. Elena Davis-Stenhouse, Kennan Moore and Becky Niemeyer: Home Based Palliative Care11. Mercedes Bern-Klug and Kelsey Simons: Palliative Care in Long-term Care Facilities12. Louisa Daratsos: Palliative Care for Veterans13. Richard B. Francoeur, Susan Murty and Bernice Sandowski: Special Considerations in Rural and Inner City Areas14. Karlynn BrintzenhofSzoc: Clinical Trials and the Role of Social Wor15. John F. Linder and Sheila R. Enders: Key Roles for Palliative Social Work in Correctional SettingsSocial Work Practice: Screening, Assessment and Intervention16. James Zabora: Screening, Assessment and a Problem Solving Intervention for Distress among Palliative Care Patients17. Katherine Walsh and Susan Hedlund: Mental Health Risk in Palliative Care: The Social Work Role18. Lissa Parsonnet and Carrie Lethborg: Addressing Suffering in Palliative Care: Two Psychotherapeutic Models19. Dona J. Reese: Spirituality and Social Work Practice in Palliative Care20. Susan Cadell, Sheryl Shermak and Meaghen Johnston: Discovering Strengths and Growth in Palliative Care21. Myra Glajchen: Caregivers in Palliative Care: Roles and Responsibilities22. Iris Cohen Fineberg and Amy Bauer: Families and Family Conferencing23. Lucia McBee: The Doctor Within: Integrative Medicine, Social Work and Palliative Care24. Les Gallo-Silver: Sexuality, Sensuality and Intimacy in Palliative Care25. John G. Cagle and Terry Altilio: The Social Work Role in Pain and Symptom Management26. Nancy J. Sherman: The Whys and Wherefores of Support Groups: helping people cope27. Katharine M. Campbell: Social Work and Technology: The software and hard drive of patient and family care28. Nancy F. Cincotta: Bereavement in the Beginning Phase of Life: Grief in children and their families29. Susan Gerbino and Mary Raymer: Holding On and Letting Go: The Red Thread of Adult BereavementPopulation-Specific Practice30. A. Marlene Lockey, Diane Benefiel and Margaret Meyer: Palliative Social Work and Oncology Care31. Teri Browne: Palliative Care in Chronic Kidney Disease32. Kelly M. McHenry and Robin Rudy Lawson: Emerging Opportunities for Palliative Social Workers: Organ Failure and Neurological Disease33. William Goeren: Social Work, HIV Disease and Palliative Care34. Sarah Gehlert and Teresa Moro: Palliative Care with Vulnerable Populations35. Kathryn M. Smolinski and Yvette Colon: Palliative Care with Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Persons36. Barbara L. Jones, Stacy S. Remke and Farya Phillips: Social Work in Pediatric Palliative Care37. Daniel S. Gardner: Palliative Social Work with Older Adults and their FamiliesCollaborations in Palliative Care38. Doretta Stark: Teamwork in Palliative Care: An Integrative Approach39. Becky Anderson, Louise Marasco, Julia Kasl-Godley and Sheila Kennedy: Social Work and Psychology40. Laura Benson and Carolyn Messner: Social Work, Fundraising and Philanthropy: It's not just about money41. Peter Beresford and Suzy Croft: Social Work, Self-Advocates and Users of Palliative Care Services42. Maura Conry, Christopher M. Herndon and Diane R. Jackson: Social Work and Pharmacy43. Ellen Goldring and Judith Solomon: Social Work and Child Life: A family's journey with childhood cancer44. Jimmie Holland and Anne Hamilton Martin: Social Work and Psychiatry45. John Mondanaro and Stacey Needleman: Social Work and Creative Arts Services46. J.J. Nadicksbernd, Kathryn Thornberry and Charles F. von Gunten: Social Workers and Physicians47. Holly Nelson-Becker and Betty Ferrell: Social Work and Nursing48. Robin Pollens and Marie C. Lynn: Social Work and Speech Pathology: Supporting Communication in Palliative Care49. John Quillin, Jaclyn Miller and Joann N. Bodurtha: Palliative Social Work and Genetics50. Donna L. Soltura and Linda F. Piotrowski: Social Work and Spiritual Care Professionals51. Gary L. Stein and Jeanne Kerwin: Social Work and Bioethics: Enhanced resolution of ethical dilemmas and the challenges along the way52. Wendy Walters and Dennis E. Watts: Social Work and VolunteersPalliative Social Work: Regional Voices from a Global Perspective53. Rebecca Myers and Elizabeth J. Clark: The Need for Global Capacity Building for Palliative Social Work54. Linda Anngela Cole, Lana Sue Ka'opua and Yvonne Yim: Palliative Care, Culture and the Pacific Basin55. Susan Cadell and Harvey Bosma: Palliative Social Work in Canada56. Csaba Degi: Palliative Social Work in Central Eastern Europe: Case of Romania57. Elena D'Urbano: Palliative Social Work in Buenos Aires, Argentina58. Julie Garrard, Julie Greathouse, Susan Hearn and Patricia McKinnon: Australian Palliative Social Work59. Jennifer Jane Hunt and Valerie Maasdorp: Palliative Social Work: An African Perspective60. A. Jagannathan and S. Juvva: Palliative Social Work: An Indian Perspective61. Yukie Kurihara: Palliative Social Work in Japan62. Pamela Pui Yu Lueng and Cecilia Lai Wan Chan: Palliative Social Work in a Chinese Context: An Integrated framework for Culturally Respectful Practice63. Tzer Wee Ng and Cheng Wan Peh: Palliative Social Work in Singapore64. Malcolm Payne and Margaret Reith: Palliative Social Work in The UK65. Shlomit Perry: Palliative Social Work in Israel66. Hanan Qasim: Selected Issues in Palliative Care among East Jerusalem Arab ResidentsEthics67. Patricia O'Donnell: Ethical Considerations in Palliative Care: An Overview68. Tracy Borgmeyer: The Social Work Role in Decision-Making: Ethical, Psychosocial and Cultural Perspectives69. Karen Bullock: Advance Directives from a Social Work Perspective: Influence of Culture and Family Dynamics70. Hollye Harrington-Jacobs: Pediatric Palliative Care: Ethics and Decision Making71. John Linder, Tracy Schroepfer and Pamela Miller: Social Work's Ethical Challenge: Supporting the Terminally Ill Who Consider a Hastened Death72. Terry Altilio: Palliative Sedation: A View through the KaleidoscopeProfessional Issues73. David Browning and Susan Gerbino: Navigating in Swampy Lowlands: A Relational Approach to Practice-Based Learning in Palliative Care74. Mary Raymer and Gary Gardia: Enhancing Professionalism, Leadership and Advocacy: A Call to Arms75. Terry Altilio: The Power and Potential of Language76. Barbara Jones and Ellen Csikai: Growing the Workforce: Professional Development77. Ellen Csikai: Professional Connections for Palliative Social Workers78. Jamie Goldberg and Michal Scharlin: Financial Considerations for the Palliative Social Worker79. Guadalupe Palos: Social Work Research Agenda in Palliative and End-of-Life Care80. Debra Oliver Parker and Karla Washington: Merging Research and Clinical Practi Debra Oliver Parker and Karla Washington81. Barbara Ivanko: Continuous Quality Improvement and Organizational Change82. Judith Peres: Policy Issues in Palliative and End-of-Life Care83. Elizabeth Clark: Self-care as Best Practice in Palliative Care84. Shirley Otis-Green: Legacy Building: Implications for Reflective PracticeEpilogue: Lessons LearnedAppendix: Index of Patient Narratives`: Index