Caring For Life And Death
Risk Factors for Youth Suicide
Children and Death
AIDS Principles, Practices, and Politics
Continuing Bonds New Understandings of Grief
The Hospice Development and Administration
By Leilani Doty
January 01, 1987
First published in 1987. The chapters in the text focus on helping the reader meet these goals and objectives: Build self-confidence; improve social interaction; Listen to oneself and others; Give and receive positive feedback; Express personal feelings, opinions, and experiences; Respect one's own...
By David Haber
April 01, 1989
First published in 1989. In an aging society, however, the challenge broadens to include health care and social support at home and in the community. The major premise of this book is that cost-conscious community care and self-care will become increasingly important as the era of cost containment ...
By Lucy Davidson, Markku Linnoila
November 18, 2016
Papers presented at the National Conference on Risk Factors for Youth Suicide, held at Bethesda in 1986. The authors catalogued, analyzed and synthesized the literature on factors linked to youth suicide....
By Donald P. Irish, Kathleen F. Lundquist, Vivian J. Nelsen
January 01, 1993
This volume is directed towards professionals who work in the fields concerning death and dying. These professionals must perceive the needs of people with cultural patterns which are different from the standard and dominant patterns in the United States and Canada. Accordingly, the book includes ...
By Jane E. Myers, Harold C. Riker
November 01, 1989
This portrays retirement as an exceptional opportunity for individuals to create new lifestyles for themselves. The authors encourage professionals in various fields to assist pre-retirees as well as retirees in planning for a stimulating retirement future....
By Inge B. Corless, Mary Pittman Lindeman
November 01, 1987
First published in 1989. Providing a voice of reason in the midst of the controversy, this book looks at the principles, practices and politics surrounding AIDS and includes the Surgeon General's report; sections on AIDS awareness, women and AIDS, advice on choosing therapies, looking at patients ...
By Dennis Klass, Phyllis R. Silverman, Steven Nickman
February 01, 1996
First published in 1996. This new book gives voice to an emerging consensus among bereavement scholars that our understanding of the grief process needs to be expanded. The dominant 20th century model holds that the function of grief and mourning is to cut bonds with the deceased, thereby freeing ...
By Kenneth J. Doka
May 01, 1997
Historically, AIDS is just one of a series of dreaded diseases that have aroused both great fear and irrational actions. The previous diseases, including bubonic plague, syphilis, tuberculosis, leprosy and cancer, have evoked such a sense of dread that rational moves to halt the disease have become...