Published August 1976
by Irvington Pub .
Written in English
|Contributions||Brian O"Connor (Editor), Daniel J. Cherico (Editor), Austin H. Kutscher (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||226|
As you minister to the sick and dying–and we all will have opportunity to do so–here are some things to keep in mind. 1. Be patient. Ask lots of questions. Don’t assume you know what they are thinking or feeling. Ask them. 2. Ask direct : Kevin Deyoung. Patient care. The Victorian healthcare system focuses on providing patient-centered care that is timely, appropriate and effective. Integrated care. Integration is the provision of well-connected, effective and efficient care that takes account of and is organised around a person’s health and social needs. Quality, safety and service improvement. Providing holistic care. By providing holistic care - meeting both the spiritual as well as the physical needs of their patients - people who work in the caring professions have a very special role in helping the dying. 1. Author(s): Cherico,Daniel J; Kutscher,Austin H; O'Connor,Brian, Title(s): The role of the minister in caring for the dying patient and the bereaved/ edited by Brian O'Connor, Daniel J. Cherico, and Austin H. Kutscher, with the editorial assistance of Lillian G. Kutscher.
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