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Author Freeman, Bonnie
Title Compassionate Person-Centered Care for the Dying : An Evidence-Based Palliative Care Guide For Nurses
Imprint New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2015
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (297 pages)
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Note Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword -- Preface -- References -- Prologue: Reflections on End-of-Life Care -- Share Compassionate Person-Centered Care for the Dying: An Evidence-Based Palliative Care Guide for Nurses -- Part I: Care for the Dying -- Chapter 1: Introduction to the CARES Tool -- References -- Chapter 2: History of Caring for the Dying -- References -- Chapter 3: Goals and Objectives When Caring for the Dying -- Goal Setting and Family Dynamics -- Goal Setting Through Active Listening -- Goal Setting Through Focusing on the Needs and Desires of the Dying Individual -- Communication, Compassion, and Medical Futility -- Chapter 4: Establishing Care of the Dying as an Acute Event -- Health Care Systems and Care of the Dying -- Care for the Dying in a Hospital Setting -- Treating Care for the Dying Individual as an Acute Event -- Nursing's Impact on Compassionate Care for the Dying -- Guiding Principles for the Discontinuation of Procedures and Tests -- References -- Chapter 5: Identifying the Most Common Symptom Management and End-of-Life Needs of the Dying -- Pain: The Symptom of Greatest Concern -- Dyspnea -- Delirium -- Spiritual and Emotional Support -- Self-Care for the Health Care Provider -- References -- Part II: The CARES Tool -- Chapter 6: CARES Tool: Organization and Considerations -- Little to no Education on Care of the Dying -- Minimal Time to Learn New Skills -- Feelings of Abandonment and Helplessness -- Appropriate Communication Skills -- Scope of Practice -- An Increasing Aging Population -- Expected Hospital Deaths -- Stress in the Final Hours to Moments of the Dying Process -- Skills Required for Care of the Dying -- Immediately Addressing Symptom Management Needs -- Impact of Nurses' Past Personal and Professional Experiences -- References -- Chapter 7: Comfort -- Part I: Pain Management
Part II: Promoting Physical Comfort and Increasing Direct Interactions with the Dying and their Families -- References -- Chapter 8: Airway -- Opioids and Sedatives in the Management of Dyspnea -- Treatment of Oropharyngeal Secretions -- Additional Considerations -- References -- Chapter 9: Restlessness and Delirium -- Pathophysiology of Delirium -- Goals of Care for the Dying Individual with Delirium -- References -- Chapter 10: Emotional and Spiritual Care -- The Dimensions of Spirituality -- Research and Spirituality -- Reed's Theory of Self-Transcendence and Spirituality -- Parse's Theory of Humanbecoming and Spirituality -- Self-Transcendence and Spirituality -- Emotional and Spiritual Support -- References -- Chapter 11: Self-Care -- The Work of Robert Wicks and Self-Care -- References -- Part III: Foundation and Use -- Chapter 12: Theories of Self-Transcendence and Structure of Caring -- Self-Transcendence -- Structure of Caring -- References -- Chapter 13: Importance of Advocacy -- Understanding Available Resources -- Support of Culture and Communication Preferences -- Chapter 14: Achieving Compassionate Communication -- Nonverbal and Verbal Communication -- Conversations Initiated by the Dying -- Breaking Bad News -- The Comfort Nursing Initiative -- References -- Chapter 15: Promoting a Peaceful Death -- The Role of the Health Care Provider in Promoting a Peaceful Death -- Supporting the Dying Person's Sense of Spirituality -- References -- Chapter 16: Case Studies -- Case Study Summary -- A Personal Sharing -- Part IV: Barriers and Challenges -- Chapter 17: Changing a Culture -- The Importance of the Palliative Care Multidisciplinary Team -- Kurt Lewin and Elisabeth Kübler-Ross -- Everett M. Rogers and John Kotter -- References -- Chapter 18: Translating Current Literature Into Evidence-Based Practice: The Role of the DNP -- References
Part V: Additional Applications -- Chapter 19: A Nursing Model for Care of the Dying -- Symptom Management -- Emotional and Spiritual Care -- Self-Care -- Reference -- Chapter 20: Versions and Influence of the CARES Tool -- Reference -- Chapter 21: Preserving Hope -- Phases of Hope -- References -- Part VI: Leading Change-Stories and Perspectives From Sunnybrook -- Chapter 22: Knowledge Translation for Effecting Practice Change -- Conceptualizing Knowledge Translation: Understanding the Process -- Planning for Knowledge Implementation -- Principles for Implementing Knowledge Translation -- Key Considerations for Implementing Knowledge Translation: Supporting People and Managing Change -- Suggested Steps for Specific Planning -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 23: Leading Change-Stories and Perspectives -- Why Stories and Narratives? -- Our Quality Dying Story Begins -- A Shared Vision for Quality Dying -- Planning for Knowledge Implementation -- Foundation of Person-Centered Care -- Exploring Our Context-Family Perspectives -- Exploring Our Context-Staff Perspectives -- Tailoring Knowledge to the Local Context-Comfort Measures Strategy -- Knowledge Tools and Resources -- Patient and Family Information Sharing -- It Takes a Team-Interprofessional Care -- Spiritual Care-Graceful Passages and Dignity When it Matters Most -- Eating for Quality of Life -- Palliative Care Coaching Consultation -- Why am I Here? -- Taking Time to Know What is Most Important -- What Do You See? -- Caring is Everyone's Role -- Cares-"S" Stands for Self-Care -- Real Pressures . . . Where Do We Go from Here? -- Space -- Time -- Evaluating the Change -- Organizational Capacity and Infrastructure-Best Practice Matters -- What are We Seeing, Hearing, and Noticing? -- References -- Part VII: Conclusions and Resources -- Chapter 24: Summary of Steven's Peaceful Death -- Conclusion
References -- Chapter 25: Recommended Learning Resources for Care of the Dying -- End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium -- City of Hope Pain & Palliative Care Resource Center -- Suggested Reading for Cultural Influences on End-of-Life Care -- Further Reading -- Index
A milestone resource for palliative care nurses that facilitates evidence-based compassionate and humanistic care of the dying "A valuable contribution to the evolving field of palliative nursing care. It is authored by a model for this field, Bonnie Freeman, and brings to the bedside what her practice embodies--evidence-based clinically expert care...The CARES tool is a long-needed resource and we are all grateful to the author for moving her passion to paper. It will touch the lives and deaths of patients, families, and the nurses who care for them." --Betty Ferrell, PhD, RN, MA, FAAN, FCPN, CHPN Professor and Director, Division of Nursing Research and Education City of Hope National Medical Center From the Foreword This groundbreaking reference for palliative care nurses is the first to provide realistic and achievable evidence-based methods for incorporating compassionate and humanistic care of the dying into current standards of practice. It builds on the author's research-based CARES tool; a reference that synthesizes five key elements demonstrated to enable a peaceful death, as free from suffering as possible: comfort, airway management, management of restlessness and delirium, emotional and spiritual support, and selfcare for nurses. The book describes, step by step, how nurses can easily implement the basic tenets of the CARES tool into their end-of-life practice. It provides a clearly defined plan that can be individualized for each patient and tailored to specific family needs, and facilitates caring for the dying in the most respectful and humane way possible. The book identifies the most common symptom management needs in dying patients and describes, in detail, the five components of the CARES paradigm and how to implement them to enable a peaceful death and minimize suffering. It includes palliative care prompts founded on 29
evidence-based recommendations and the National Consensus Project for Palliative Care Clinical Practice Guidelines. The resource also addresses the importance of the nurse to act as a patient advocate, how to achieve compassionate communication with the patient and family, and barriers and challenges to compassionate care. Case studies emphasize the importance of compassionate nursing care of the dying and how it can be effectively achieved. Key Features: Provides nurses with a clear understanding of the most common needs of the dying and supplies practical applications to facilitate and improve care Clarifies the current and often complex literature on care of the dying Includes case studies illustrating the most common needs of dying patients and how these are addressed effectively by the CARES tool Based on extensive evidence as well as on the National Consensus Project for Palliative Care Clinical Practice Guidelines
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Freeman, Bonnie Compassionate Person-Centered Care for the Dying : An Evidence-Based Palliative Care Guide For Nurses New York : Springer Publishing Company,c2015 9780826122476
Subject Evidence-based nursing.;Nursing.;Palliative treatment.;Terminal care
Electronic books
Alt Author DasGupta, Tracey
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