Published August 30, 2007
by Jessica Kingsley Publishers .
Written in English
|Contributions||Dorothy Rowe (Foreword)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||268|
This unique book provides a rare look at social work and palliative care from the perspective of service users. It is the first to investigate specialist palliative care social work from this g on new original research, the authors examine service users' experiences of social work and palliative care, tracking their journeys through it, exploring the care they receive and the. In this thoughtful and well researched book, the authors examine some of the key issues impacting on palliative care social work. The character of specialist palliative care social work thus emerges specially from the perspective of service users and this focus really distinguishes the book from others available on this subject.3/5(1). A groundbreaking text, Palliative Care, Social Work and Service Users is of particular value to social work professionals, palliative care workers, educators, researchers and policy makers. Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers ISBN: Number of pages: Weight: g Dimensions: x x 14 mmPages: 2 What service users want from specialist palliative care social work — findings from a participatory research project 20 Suzy Croft, Peter Beresford, Lesley Adshead 3 Culture and ethnicity — its relevance for social work practice in palliative care 38 Jane Thomson.
Palliative care social workers are often skilled in therapeutic work, be it systemic family therapy, counselling or cognitive behaviour therapy. We often work with groups as well as individuals. We have a keen interest in working alongside people with lived experience and including others in how we shape our services and practice for the future. All journal articles featured in Journal of Social Work in End-of-Life & Palliative Care vol 16 issue 2. 'Getting It Right, End of life care and user involvement in palliative care social work', which Dying Matters contributed to, provides a new picture of service user involvement in the UK and identifies both the drivers and the constraints in palliative care policy and practice.. The survey and accompanying report was commissioned by the Association of Palliative Care Social Workers . Social Work Palliative Care and Hospice Network (SWHPN) is compiling resources, tools, and webinars for hospice and palliative care psychosocial professionals working through the COVID crisis. All hospice and palliative care professionals are invited to join us for Open Discussions, Monday-Thursday evenings at pm Eastern.
About this journal. Palliative Care & Social Practice is an international open access palliative care journal that publishes articles from symptom science, clinical practice and health services research, as well as cutting-edge research from the realm of social practice – from public health theory and practice, social medicine and social work, to social sciences related to dying and its care. Get this from a library! Palliative care, social work, and service users: making life possible. [Peter Beresford; Lesley Adshead; Suzy Croft] -- "This unique book provides a rare look at social work and palliative care from the perspective of service users. It is the first to investigate specialist palliative care social work from this. Applying the National Quality Forum Preferred Practices for Palliative and Hospice Care: A Social Work Perspective. Journal of Social Work in End-of-Life and Palliative Care, 4(1): PMID: , DOI: / that define the circumstances under which a social worker’s services may be reimbursable, and this is typically only when s/he is providing psychotherapy services. If your palliative care program has a chaplain, volunteer or other type of caregiver, there is little if any opportunity for their services to be reimbursable in a fee-for-service.