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NEONATAL PALLIATIVE CARE FOR NURSES

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9783030318765 ::  NEONATAL PALLIATIVE CARE FOR NURSES
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<DIV>THIS TEXTBOOK DETAILS THE NURSING CARE OF BABIES WITH LIFE LIMITING CONDITIONS AND SETS THE CONTEXT WITHIN THE PHILOSOPHY OF INTERNATIONALLY COLLABORATIVE NEONATAL PALLIATIVE CARE EMPHASISING EMOTIONAL AND PRACTICAL SUPPORT FOR THEIR FAMILIES. CURRENTLY, INCREASING INTEREST FROM NURSING AND MEDICAL FIELDS REGARDING PALLIATIVE CARE FOR BABIES IN THE ANTENATAL AND NEONATAL PERIOD IS EVIDENT.</DIV><DIV><BR></DIV><DIV>THIS INNOVATIVE AND UNIQUE TEXT PROVIDES EXPERIENCED NURSES AND STUDENT NURSES ALIKE WITH REALISTIC GUIDANCE IN CARING FOR BABIES WITH PALLIATIVE CARE NEEDS, ALONGSIDE THE CRUCIAL SUPPORT FOR THEIR FAMILIES AND IDENTIFIES IMPORTANT&NBSP; STRATEGIES FOR PROFESSIONAL SELF CARE. NURSING EXPERTS IN THIS FIELD COLLABORATED TO DEVELOP A REFERENCE BOOK WHICH SUPPORTS HOLISTIC AND INTEGRATED CLINICAL PRACTICE. PARENTSí EXPERIENCES OF WHAT THEY CONSIDER HELPFUL OR NOT SO HELPFUL ARE INTERWOVEN THROUGHOUT THE CHAPTER.</DIV><DIV><BR></DIV><DIV>THERE IS CURRENTLY NO OTHER TEXTBOOK WHICH OFFERS THE ABOVE INFORMATION AND GUIDANCE SPECIFICALLY FOR NURSES AND ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS.&NBSP;</DIV><DIV>AS SUCH THIS BOOK WILL APPEAL TO ALL NURSES AND HEALTH PROFESSIONALS WORKING WITHIN THE NEONATAL PALLIATIVE CARE SPECIALTY IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT.</DIV><DIV></DIV>

<P><B>NEONATAL PALLIATIVE CARE FOR NURSES</B></P><P>ALEXANDRA MANCINI, JAYNE PRICE, TARA KERR-ELLIOTT<BR></P><P><B>DEDICATION</B><BR></P><P><B>FOREWARD</B><BR></P> JULIA DOWNING<P></P><P><B>PREFACE</B><BR></P><P>THE EDITORS</P><P><B>CONTRIBUTORSí LIST</B><BR></P><P><B>ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS</B><BR></P><P> NN PANEL</P><P><B>PART I. ACHIEVING QUALITY NURSING PRACTICE IN NEONATAL PALLIATIVE CARE</B></P><P><B>CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION </B><B>TO NEONATAL PALLIATIVE CARE</B><BR></P><P>NEIL MARLOW*, KATIE GALLAGHER</P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: N.MARLOW@UCL.AC.UK</I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 2. EXPLORING THE CONCEPT ON NEONATAL PALLIATIVE CARE</B><BR></P><P>BRIAN CARTER, AMY KUELBEBECK*</P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL:&NBSP;</I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 3. SUPPORT FOR STAFF: BUILDING RESILIENCE IN NURSES</B><BR></P><P>RACHEL BLACK*, ARLENE HONEYMAN</P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: </I><I>RACHELBLACK@ORPHEUS.ORG.UK</I><I></I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 4. THE IMPORTANCE OF EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION ON THE NEONATAL UNIT</B><BR></P>PAULA ABRAMSON*, ALEXANDRA MANCINI<P></P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: PAULA.ABRAMSON@CHILDBEREAVEMENTUK.ORG</I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 5. SPIRITUAL, CULTURAL AND RELIGIOUS CARE FOR THE BABY AND FAMILY</B><BR></P><P>REVD DOROTHY MOORE-BROOKS*, TARA KERR-ELLIOTT</P><P>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: DOROTHY.MOOREBROOKS@GOSH.NHS.UK</P><P><B>CHAPTER 6. ETHICAL CONCEPTS IN NEONATAL PALLIATIVE CARE</B><BR></P><P>VICKI XAFIS*, KAREN BROMBLEY</P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: VICKI.XAFIS@HEALTH.NSW.GOV.AU</I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 7. LEGAL ISSUES IN NEONATAL PALLIATIVE CARE</B><BR></P><P>REBECCA FITZPATRICK*, BEN TROKE</P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: REBECCA.FITZPATRICK@BROWNEJACOBSON.COM</I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 8. </B><B>THE PRINCIPLES OF GENETICS WITHIN NEONATAL PALLIATIVE CARE</B><BR></P><P>AOIFE BRADLEY</P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: AOIFE.BRADLEY@BELFASTTRUST.HSCNI.NET</I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 9. ANTENATAL</B><BR></P><P>SAM COLLINGE*, ELIZABETH BAILEY</P><P>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: SAM.COLLINGE@UHCW.NHS.UK</P><P><B>CHAPTER 10. CARE OF TWINS AND MULTIPLE BIRTHS AND SUPPORT FOR THE FAMILY: A DETAILED BACKGROUND</B><BR></P><P>CLAIRE CAMPBELL </P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: </I>CLAIRE.CAMPBELL@NUTH.NHS.UK<I></I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 11. CARE OF TWINS AND MULTIPLE BIRTHS AND SUPPORT FOR THE FAMILY: THE BUTTERFLY PROJECT</B><BR></P><P>NICHOLAS EMBLETON*, SARAH STEPHENSON</P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL:</I> <I>NICHOLAS.EMBLETON@NEWCASTLE.AC.UK</I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 12. THE DECISION-MAKING PROCESS AND THE ROLE OF THE NEONATAL NURSE</B><BR></P><P> KATIE GALLAGHER*, LISA LEPPARD </P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: KATIE.GALLAGHER@UCL.AC.UK</I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 13. ADVANCE CARE PLANNING</B><BR></P><P>JONATHAN DOWNIE*, TARA KERR-ELLIOTT, FINELLA CRAIG</P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: JONATHAN.DOWNIE@NHS.NET</I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 14. </B><B>ORGAN AND TISSUE DONATION WITHIN NEONATAL PALLIATIVE AND END OF LIFE CARE</B><BR></P><P>ANGIE SCALES</P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: ANGIE.SCALES@NHSBT.NHS.UK</I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 15. CONTINUING EMOTIONAL AND PRACTICAL SUPPORT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY</B><BR></P><P>ANNE HARRIS</P><P>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: ANNE.HARRIS@RAINBOWTRUST.ORG.UK</P><P><B>CHAPTER 16. FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF EFFECTIVE SYMPTOM MANAGEMENT IN NEONATAL PALLIATIVE CARE</B><BR></P><P>LINDA MAYNARD</P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: </I>LINDA.MAYNARD@EACH.ORG.UK<I> </I>(FOUND VIA GOOGLE, TO BE CONFIRMED)<I></I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 17. COLLABORATION BETWEEN NEONATAL UNITS AND CHILDRENíS HOSPICES Ė EXPLORING OPPORTUNITIES FOR POTENTIALLY IMPROVING CARE AND OFFERING CHOICES</B><BR></P>JAYNE PRICE*, ROSA MENIZABAL-ESPINOSA, JACQUI MORGAN, ANNA SPICER, KATRINA WILLIAMS<P></P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: </I><I>J.E.PRICE@SGUL.KINGSTON.AC.UK</I><I></I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 18. INTERDISCIPLINARY WORKING IN NEONATAL PALLIATIVE CARE</B><BR></P><P>PATRICIA MCNEILL*, JACQUELINE JOHNSTONE, FRANCES GILMORE<B> </B></P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: P.MCNEILLY@QUB.AC.UK</I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 19. DEVELOPING KNOWLEDGE AND COMPETENCE IN NEONATAL PALLIATIVE CARE PRACTICE</B><BR></P><P> SHARON NURSE*, JULIE LING, VALERIE PEACOCK</P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: S.NURSE@QUB.AC.UK </I>(FOUND VIA GOOGLE, TO BE CONFIRMED)<I></I><P></P><P><B>CHAPTER 20. CARE OF THE </B><B>B</B><B>ABY AFTER </B><B>D</B><B>EATH AND FAMILY, AND FOCUS ON POST</B><B> M</B><B>ORTEM</B><B> </B><B>EXAMINATION</B><BR></P><P>RACHEL BLACK*,TARA KERR-ELLIOTT, LYDIA JUDGE- KRONIS, NEIL SEBIRE</P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: DOCRACHELBLACK@GMAIL.COM</I></P><P><B>PART II. ACHIEVING QUALITY IN NEONATAL PALLIATIVE CARE INTERNATIONALLY</B></P><P><B>CHAPTER 21. INTRODUCTION</B><BR></P><P>JOAN MARSTON</P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: JOAN.ICPCN@GMAIL.COM</I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 22. AUSTRALIA</B><BR></P><P>VICTORIA J. KAIN</P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: V.KAIN@UQ.EDU.AU</I><P></P><P><B>CHAPTER 23. KUWAIT</B><BR></P><P>TRACIE DEMPSTER</P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL:</I> TRACIE.DEMPSTER@BACCH.ORG </P><P><B>CHAPTER 24. INDIA</B><BR></P><P>MARY ANN MUCKADEN</P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: MUCKADENMA@TMC.GOV.IN</I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 25. MALAYSIA</B><BR></P>LEE AI CHONG*, AZANNA AHMAD KAMAR, HASIMAH MOHD YATIM, HALIMATUN SAADIAH HASHIM<P></P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: LEEAILAH@YAHOO.COM</I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 26. SOUTH AFRICA</B><BR></P><P>JULIA AMBLER</P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: JULIA@UMDUDUZI.CO.ZA</I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 27. IRELAND</B><BR></P><P>CLAIRE QUINN*, MARIE LYNCH</P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: CLAIRE.QUINN@NUIGALWAY.IE</I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 28. </B><B>THE NETHERLANDS</B><BR></P>K.A. BERGMAN, A.T. WEDZINGA-DE VRIES, A.A.E. VERHAGEN*<P></P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: </I><I>A.A.E.VERHAGEN@UMCG.NL</I><I></I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 29. GERMANY</B><BR></P><P>ULRIKE LINDWEDEL-REIME, SABINE KRAFT*<SUP></SUP></P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: KRAFT@BUNDESVERBAND-KINDERHOSPIZ.DE</I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 30. SINGAPORE</B><BR></P><P>MAJELLA IRUDAYAM*, LIM SOK BEE, RAHIMAH BTE BUJAL, ANN TOH</P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: MAJELLA.IRUDAYAM@KKH.COM.SG</I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 31. UKRAINE</B><BR></P><P>ANDREY PENKOV</P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: ANDREY_PENKOV@MAIL.RU</I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 32. ARGENTINA</B><BR></P><P>RUT KIMAN</P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: RKIMAN@GMAIL.COM</I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 33. ITALY</B><BR></P>F. BENINI*<SUP> </SUP>, F. RUSALEN, M.E. CAVICCHIOLO, S. SALVADORI, P. LAGO<B><BR> </B><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: FRANCA.BENINI@SANITA.PADOVA.IT</I><P></P><P><B>CHAPTER 34. SCOTLAND</B><BR></P>EVELYN RODGER<P></P><P><I>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: EVELYNRODGER@CHAS.ORG.UK</I></P><P><B>CHAPTER 35. FRANCE</B><BR></P><P>DR PIERRE B…TR…MIEUX<B></B></P><P>CORRESPONDING AUTHORíS E-MAIL: PIERRE.BETREMIEUX35@GMAIL.COM</P><P><B>SUPPORT ORGANISATIONS</B><BR></P><P><B>INDEX</B></P>

ANESTHESIA
CRITICAL CARE
NURSING
PALLIATIVE MEDICINE
PEDIATRICS
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