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Oxford Handbook of Palliative Care
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1: Ethical issues and the person in the patient 2: Communication in palliative care 3: Research in palliative care 4: Quality of life 5: Principles of drug use in palliative care 6: Oncology and palliative care 7: Palliative care and haematology 8: Pain management 9: Gastrointestinal symptoms 10: Respiratory symptoms 11: Genitourinary symptoms 12: Skin problems in palliative care 13: Neurological problems in advanced cancer 14: Palliation of head and neck cancer 15: Endocrine and metabolic complications of advanced cancer 16: Paediatrics 17: Heart failure 18: Renal failure 19: HIV and palliative care 20: Dementia and frailty 21: Palliative care in non-malignant neurological disease 22: Psychiatric symptoms in palliative care 23: Spiritual care 24: The contribution to palliative care of allied health professions 25: Complementary and alternative medicine 26: Population based end of life care 27: Hospital liaison 28: Palliative and end of life care for people with learning disabilities 29: Emergencies 30: Terminal phase 31: Bereavement 32: Self care for health professionals 33: Access to palliative care - international perspectives 34: Miscellaneous

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Max Watson is Director of Project ECHO at Hospice UK in London, former Medical Director of Northern Ireland Hospice, and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Queens University Belfast. Max is an author and editor with OUP including the End of Life Care series. His research interests include generalist palliative care education, cancer cachexia, dementia care at the end of life, and the use of bedside ultrasound. Trained in theology and medicine, Max worked in Nepal as a GP before palliative training in London and Belfast. He has developed a range of teaching programmes for generalists, including the European Certificate in Essential Palliative Care, used in the UK, India, Malta, Nepal and Kyrgystan. Since 2014 he has been pioneering Project ECHO methodology as a means of democratising medical knowledge, tele-mentoring and building communities of practice. Clinically, Max currently provides a Palliative Medicine Liaison service to acute hospitals in the Western Trust in Northern Ireland. Rachel Campbell is a speciality trainee in palliative medicine at the Northern Ireland Medical and Dental Training Agency (NIMDTA), and was formerly was an ADEPT Fellow on the Clinical Leadership Fellow's Program. Nandini Vallath is a clinical consultant and director of projects at the Trivandum Institute of Palliative Sciences in India. She was awarded the 2015 Cancer Aid Society Palliative Care Award for Excellence and Leadership in the SAARC region. Nandini collaborates with NGOs and government officials to develop policies to improve palliative care, and has helped develop modules for palliative care at undergratudate ad professional levels. Stephen Ward is a Teacher Practitioner Pharmacist in the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust. In addition to providing a clinical pharmacy service in the Royal Victoria Hospital, he has also developed a medication safety programme for final year medical students. Stephen studied pharmacy in Queen's University Belfast before working as a hospital pharmacist in Uganda. Following this, he worked as a clinical pharmacist in the Belfast Trust and Northern Ireland Hospice. His research interests include medical education, palliative care and respiratory medicine. Jo Wells is a Nurse Consultant at the Southern Adelaide Palliative Service in Australia, and was formerly a Support Services Co-ordinator at The Leukaemia Foundation, South Australia.

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Review from previous edition This is more than just a reference book: it is full of information on both the theoretical background of palliative care and the practical aspects of prescribing, symptom control and other aspects of managing this sometimes complex group of patients...It also includes useful chapters on palliation of non-malignant disease, an area that is often overlooked. * BMA Medical Book Competition 2010 *
...a remarkable book that will be useful for hospice and pallative care professionals as well as other readers. * Doody's Notes *
With a broadened remit to be accessible to non-medical readers this book is a resource for allied healthcare professionals as well as those from non-palliative care backgrounds. It provides a thorough grounding in the principles of holistic palliative care and a comprehensive summary of the pharmacological and non-pharmacological approaches to symptom management. The Oxford Handbook of Palliative Care 2nd edition provides an easy, accessible and applicable reference guide for healthcare professionals. It provides a thorough grounding in the principles of holistic palliative care. * uropean Journal of Palliative Care Medicine *

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