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The Resource Living with ageing and dying : palliative and end of life care for older people, edited by Merryn Gott and Christine Ingleton

Living with ageing and dying : palliative and end of life care for older people, edited by Merryn Gott and Christine Ingleton

Label
Living with ageing and dying : palliative and end of life care for older people
Title
Living with ageing and dying
Title remainder
palliative and end of life care for older people
Statement of responsibility
edited by Merryn Gott and Christine Ingleton
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
NLM
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Gott, Merryn
  • Ingleton, Christine
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Palliative treatment
  • Terminal care
  • Gerontology
Label
Living with ageing and dying : palliative and end of life care for older people, edited by Merryn Gott and Christine Ingleton
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Anti-ageing and scientific avoidance of death
  • John A. Vincent
  • The challenges of health technology for ageing and dying
  • Jane Seymour and Merryn Gott
  • The disadvantaged dying: ageing, ageism, and palliative care provision for older people in the UK
  • Merryn Gott, Andrew M. Ibrahim, and Robert H. Binstock
  • What do we know about the congruence between what older people prioritize at the end of life and policy and practices?
  • Liz Lloyd
  • Section 2.
  • What does a public health perspective bring to understandings of ageing and end of life?
  • Section 1.
  • Introduction
  • Merryn Gott and Christine Ingleton
  • Health promoting palliative care and dying in old age
  • Bruce Rumbold
  • User and community participation at the end of life/
  • Neil Small and Anita Sargeant
  • Advance care planning: international perspectives
  • Koen Meeussen, Lieve Van der Block, and Luc Deliens
  • New public health approaches to address diversity and end of life issues for older people /
  • Jonathan Koffman
  • What is different about dying old?
  • Loss and bereavement in older age: developing community-based bereavement support
  • Amanda Roberts, Sinead McGilloway, and Orla Keegan
  • Section 3.
  • Family and professional carers as partners in care-giving
  • Introduction
  • Merryn Gott and Christine Ingleton
  • The changing profile of the family caregivers of older people: a European perspective
  • Sheila Payne
  • Needs, access, and support for older carers
  • Gunn Grande and John Keady
  • Introduction
  • Family carers, palliative care, and the end of life
  • Mike Nolan and Tony Ryan
  • Cost of family caregiving
  • Barbara Hanratty
  • Workforce development: an international perspective on who will provide care
  • Philip Larkin and Meg Hegarty --
  • Merryn Gott and Christine Ingleton
  • International trends in circumstances of death and dying
  • Barbara Gomes, Joachim Cohen, Luc Deliens, and Irene J. Higginson
  • The care of older people at the end of life: a historical perspective
  • Allan Kellehear
  • The development and implementation of evidence-based palliative care guidelines for residential care: lessons for other countries/
  • Deborah Parker
  • Improving environments for care at the end of life in hospitals/
  • Clare Gardiner and Sarah Barnes
  • Section 5.
  • Some thoughts on priorities for research, education, and service development
  • End of life care for older people with dementia: priorities for research and service development/
  • Murna Downs
  • Evidence, evidence, and evidence: future priorities for research and service development in improving palliative care for older people/
  • Irene J. Higginson
  • Section 4.
  • Priorities for research and service development in primary care to improve end of life for older people/
  • Scott A. Murray
  • Priorities for specialist palliative care: an Australian perspective
  • Margaret O'Connor
  • Inter-disciplinary perspectives/
  • Sabine Pleschberger
  • Workforce capacity issues: a New Zealand perspective/
  • Jackie Robinson and Christine Ingleton
  • Conclusion/
  • Merryn Gott and Christine Ingleton
  • The significance of place at the end of life
  • Introduction
  • Merryn Gott and Christine Ingleton
  • Place matters: an exploration of the role of physical environment in the end of life care/
  • Habib Chaudhury, Gloria Puurveen, and Jennifer Lyle
  • Improving care for older people living and dying in long-term care settings: a whole system approach/
  • Katherine Froggatt, Kevin Brazil, Jo Hockley, and Elisabeth Reitinger
Control code
ocn706025085
Extent
xvii, 284 p.
Isbn
9780199569939
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2011921199
Other physical details
ill
System control number
(OCoLC)706025085
Label
Living with ageing and dying : palliative and end of life care for older people, edited by Merryn Gott and Christine Ingleton
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Anti-ageing and scientific avoidance of death
  • John A. Vincent
  • The challenges of health technology for ageing and dying
  • Jane Seymour and Merryn Gott
  • The disadvantaged dying: ageing, ageism, and palliative care provision for older people in the UK
  • Merryn Gott, Andrew M. Ibrahim, and Robert H. Binstock
  • What do we know about the congruence between what older people prioritize at the end of life and policy and practices?
  • Liz Lloyd
  • Section 2.
  • What does a public health perspective bring to understandings of ageing and end of life?
  • Section 1.
  • Introduction
  • Merryn Gott and Christine Ingleton
  • Health promoting palliative care and dying in old age
  • Bruce Rumbold
  • User and community participation at the end of life/
  • Neil Small and Anita Sargeant
  • Advance care planning: international perspectives
  • Koen Meeussen, Lieve Van der Block, and Luc Deliens
  • New public health approaches to address diversity and end of life issues for older people /
  • Jonathan Koffman
  • What is different about dying old?
  • Loss and bereavement in older age: developing community-based bereavement support
  • Amanda Roberts, Sinead McGilloway, and Orla Keegan
  • Section 3.
  • Family and professional carers as partners in care-giving
  • Introduction
  • Merryn Gott and Christine Ingleton
  • The changing profile of the family caregivers of older people: a European perspective
  • Sheila Payne
  • Needs, access, and support for older carers
  • Gunn Grande and John Keady
  • Introduction
  • Family carers, palliative care, and the end of life
  • Mike Nolan and Tony Ryan
  • Cost of family caregiving
  • Barbara Hanratty
  • Workforce development: an international perspective on who will provide care
  • Philip Larkin and Meg Hegarty --
  • Merryn Gott and Christine Ingleton
  • International trends in circumstances of death and dying
  • Barbara Gomes, Joachim Cohen, Luc Deliens, and Irene J. Higginson
  • The care of older people at the end of life: a historical perspective
  • Allan Kellehear
  • The development and implementation of evidence-based palliative care guidelines for residential care: lessons for other countries/
  • Deborah Parker
  • Improving environments for care at the end of life in hospitals/
  • Clare Gardiner and Sarah Barnes
  • Section 5.
  • Some thoughts on priorities for research, education, and service development
  • End of life care for older people with dementia: priorities for research and service development/
  • Murna Downs
  • Evidence, evidence, and evidence: future priorities for research and service development in improving palliative care for older people/
  • Irene J. Higginson
  • Section 4.
  • Priorities for research and service development in primary care to improve end of life for older people/
  • Scott A. Murray
  • Priorities for specialist palliative care: an Australian perspective
  • Margaret O'Connor
  • Inter-disciplinary perspectives/
  • Sabine Pleschberger
  • Workforce capacity issues: a New Zealand perspective/
  • Jackie Robinson and Christine Ingleton
  • Conclusion/
  • Merryn Gott and Christine Ingleton
  • The significance of place at the end of life
  • Introduction
  • Merryn Gott and Christine Ingleton
  • Place matters: an exploration of the role of physical environment in the end of life care/
  • Habib Chaudhury, Gloria Puurveen, and Jennifer Lyle
  • Improving care for older people living and dying in long-term care settings: a whole system approach/
  • Katherine Froggatt, Kevin Brazil, Jo Hockley, and Elisabeth Reitinger
Control code
ocn706025085
Extent
xvii, 284 p.
Isbn
9780199569939
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2011921199
Other physical details
ill
System control number
(OCoLC)706025085

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