By Dr. Saul Ebema- Resident writer.
Month: December 2017
By Sally Hill Jones, PhD, LCSW. (Continuation of “A Delicate Balance: Self-Care For the Hospice Professional”)
By Sally Hill Jones, PhD, LCSW.(Continuation of A Delicate Balance: Self-Care For the Hospice Professional)
By Kenneth J. Doka, M.Div., Ph.D. Do individuals become more religious as they die? This question has often been debated among academics who study death. Such debate avoids the central issue that the dying process raises profound spiritual concerns of… Read More ›
Dr. Saul Ebema Because of the complexities of the family system, make sure you have a good assessment of the family. A good assessment of the family helps to provide understanding in; The makeup of the family. Family values and… Read More ›
Colleen Doyle, University of Melbourne and David Jackson, University of Melbourne In Australian nursing homes, older people are increasingly frail and being admitted to care later than they used to be. More than half of residents suffer from depression, yet psychiatrists and psychologists aren’t easily accessible, and… Read More ›