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Anticipatory Grief: Break on Through to the Other Side

I received news about a friend recently — his seizures have now collided into a diagnosis of glioblastoma. A strong and steady man, trustworthy through and through, reliable, and ever-so-devoted is suddenly facing a life-limiting illness. His life has forever changed;...

source: By Lisa Cole
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How do social workers become effective leaders as we progress in our careers? Are there specific "must-do" programs one should join, or is leadership an inherent character trait? How does one find a mentor that is a good fit?...

source: SWHPN

The Social Work Hospice and Palliative Care Network (SWHPN) is a national membership association dedicated to amplifying the voice of psychosocial social workers working on interprofessional teams across a variety of settings. The...

source: SWHPN

The growing aging population and the high prevalence of several concomitant chronic diseases have contributed to the elevated rates of caregiver burden and suffering in patients. In turn, intending to relieve...

source: Cambridge University Press

The provision of high-quality end-of-life care for all is high on national (and international) agendas, but areas of unmet needs identified includes elderly people. This article draws on an autoethnographic...

source: Taylor & Francis

Miriam is sitting up in bed when I enter her hospital room....

source: By Carina Oltmann

Misconceptions about the nature of palliative care continue to proliferate among the U.S. population, with patient demographics among the factors that influence those beliefs, new research has found. Hospice providers nationwide are increasingly diversifying their service...

source: Hospice News


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