Coping with dying and bereavement
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Coping with dying and bereavement

Penny Parkinson District Nursing Sister, Hope Street Clinic, Grimsby

This article explores the likely processes which patients and families undergo from the diagnosis of terminal illness to the loss of a loved one. The author argues that only by understanding these processes can nurses hope to offer appropriate care and support to affected individuals

Nursing Standard. 6, 17, 36-38. doi: 10.7748/ns.6.17.36.s43

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