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eBook All Kinds of Love (Death, Value and Meaning Series) ePub

by Carol Erhlich,Carolyn Jaffe

  • ISBN: 0895031477
  • Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Carol Erhlich,Carolyn Jaffe
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (June 17, 1997)
  • Pages: 364
  • ePub book: 1978 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1974 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 775

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Carolyn Jaffe (Author). Series: Death, Value and Meaning Series. this book will warm your heart and help you face dying as it has helped me. Highly recommended!

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All Kinds of Love book. This book is a series of separate stories on patients receiving hospice care. Presents a view of hospice care through the eyes of a long-term hospice. All Kinds of Love: Experiencing Hospice. The many experiences included in the book are great to learn from if going into the field of hospice care.

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Chapter Seven lightly touches upon the death of AIDS patients, and the stigmatism's and rejection they may face, but also exhibits the patients' ability to control their moment of death. in the right direction. In summary, my overall opinion of this book All Kinds of Love: Experiencing Hospice, by Carolyn Jaffe and Carol H. Ehrlich was excellent.

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Presents a view of hospice care through the eyes of a long-term hospice nurse  . by Carolyn Jaffe, Carol H Erhlich.

All Kinds of Love: Experiencing Hospice. Carolyn Jaffe, Carol H Erhlich June 15, 1997

All Kinds of Love: Experiencing Hospice. Carolyn Jaffe, Carol H Erhlich June 15, 1997. Presents a view of hospice care through the eyes of a long-term hospice nurse. This title includes stories which are accompanied by discussion of end-of-life issues that arise among the families hospice nurse has served.

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All Kinds of Love: Experiencing Hospice (Death, Value and Meaning Series) By Carolyn Jaffe .

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This book was written by a nurse and is composed in a case study style format. It is however, a compilation of stories of people who go through the dying process with the help of hospice helpers, nurses, aides, doctors, and family

This book was written by a nurse and is composed in a case study style format. It is however, a compilation of stories of people who go through the dying process with the help of hospice helpers, nurses, aides, doctors, and family. Every story was very touching and revealing of the feelings, hopes, attitudes and experiences of the patient and helpers. Highly recommended!

One of the occasions when I experienced that grand and glorious feeling was when my law business had achieved proportions that justified my removal from my old office to new and more commodious quarters. I selected a somewhat pretentious building on Madison Avenue between Thirtieth and Fortieth Streets, and it was a red-letter day for me when I moved into my pleasant rooms on its top floor. The girl had been an orphan from childhood, and Rowland Trowbridge had been almost as a father to her. Avice loved him and watched over him as a daughter; at least, that had been the case until lately.

Presents a view of hospice care through the eyes of a long-term hospice nurse. This title includes stories which are accompanied by discussion of end-of-life issues that arise among the families hospice nurse has served. It is useful for health care and social worker and layperson alike.