AIDS and the hospice community /

AIDS and the hospice community / Madalon O'Rawe Amenta, editor, with the assistance of Claire B. Tehan. - New York : Haworth Press, c1991. - xii, 197 p. ; 23 cm.

"Has also been published as The Hospice journal, volume 7, numbers 1/2, 1991"--T.p. verso.

Some notes on the impact of treating AIDS patients in hospices / The staging and monitoring by primary care providers of patients with Human Immunodeficiency Virus infections / Issues in the current treatment of hospice patients with HIV disease / The cost of caring for patients with HIV infection in hospice / A comparison of the psychosocial needs of hospice patients with AIDS and those with other diagnoses / Family adaptation to AIDS : a comparative study / Volunteers under threat : AIDS hospice volunteers compared to volunteers in a traditional hospice / AIDS : experiences and attitudes of nurses from rural communities in Pennsylvania and New York / Dying in prison : sociocultural and psychosocial dynamics / Grieving a loss from AIDS / AIDS in the workplace : implications for hospice programs / Useful HIV disease multimedia resources for hospices / Robert J. Miller -- Michael A. Sauri -- Jeannee Parker Martin -- Claire Tehan -- Nancy Tish Baker, Robert D. Seager -- Ronnie Atkins, Madalon O'Rawe Amenta -- I. Michael Shuff [and others] -- Deborah Bray Preston, Patricia Barthalow Koch, Elaine Wilson Young -- Fleet Maull -- J. William Worden -- Dorothy N. Moga, Sharon E. Brodeur, Peggy Beckman -- Paul R. Brenner.

1560241845 (H : alk. paper) 1560230118 (HPP : alk. paper)


AIDS (Disease)--Palliative treatment.
Hospice care.
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome.

RC607.A26 / A34564 1991


W1 HO69H v. 7 nos. 1/2 WD 308 A28785

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