Published January 2004
by Radcliffe Medical Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||241|
Book Description. Helping others to learn about caring for people with advanced disease has always been a fundamental part of effective palliative care. This flexible learning material, formally evaluated by the Open University, is based on the Current Learning in Palliative Care (CLIP) worksheets to cover all aspects of palliative care. Helping others to learn about caring for people with advanced disease has always been a fundamental part of effective palliative care. This flexible learning material, formally evaluated by the Open University, is based on the Current Learning in Palliative Care (CLIP) worksheets to . Helping the Patient with Advanced Disease: A Workbook is a series of 57 worksheets that cover various physical and psychosocial features of patients who are in the late stages of life. The opening pages introduce an education model called CLIP (Current Learning in Palliative Care), which is the basis for a series of worksheets throughout the : Linda Sutton. Helping the Patient with Advanced Disease: A Workbook Helping the Patient with Advanced Disease: A Workbook Stimpson, Anne edited by Claud Regnard. Radcliffe Medical Press Ltd, Oxfordshire, UK, , pages, £, ISBN 1 8.
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