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Why is it so difficult to die?

Why is it so difficult to die?

Nyatanga, Brian

This is the second edition to the best-selling 'Why is it so Difficult to Die?'. This second edition has been re-written and revised to reflect the current policy and developments in the field of palliative care. Although death is the only certainty in life, different people still subscribe to a variety of perceptions about it. This book examines these different attitudes in order to try to make sense of and understand them. It explores the way in which a dying person may wish to cope with his/her death, helping the healthcare professional to understand the patient more fully and therefore produce better quality of care

Paperback, Book. English.
2nd ed.
Published London: Quay, c2008
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Statement of responsibility: Brian Nyatanga
ISBN: 1856423700, 9781856423700
Note: Previous ed.: 2001.
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: xxii, 263 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series: Palliative care series
Subject: Palliative treatment Moral and ethical aspects.; Death Psychological aspects.; Death.; Terminal care.