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Dignity Conserving Care

 Cecilia L.W. Chan, Si Yuan, Eric K.T. Leung, Venus P.Y. Wong, Wallace C.H. Chan, Andy H.Y. Ho, Agnes
  26th-Mar-2009
Description: Dignity conserving care: commitment to the affirmation of life, an integration of psychological and spiritual aspects of patient care, the provision of support to help patients live as actively as possible until their death, with support being provided to help families cope during their loved ones’ illnesses and into their own bereavement. Dying is demanding on patient, family members, and health care professionals – feeling of inadequacy.
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Domain: Medical
Category: Therapy
Contents:
Dedication to preserve dignity in end-of-life care : transforming illness end- ofand death into a healing process of becoming whole
Professor Cecilia L.W. Chan Si Yuan Professor in Health & Social Work, Director, Centre on Behavioral Health HKU.
Eric K.T. Leung, Venus P.Y. Wong, Wallace C.H. Chan, Andy H.Y. Ho, Agnes, F. Tin
Symposium on Spirituality and Health, in Conference of Making Doctors Hum ... See more

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