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Title Death, dying and social differences / edited by David Oliviere and Barbara Monroe
Published Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2004

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 WATERFT HEALTH  362.175 Oli/Dda  AVAILABLE
Description xiv, 205 pages : 1 illustration ; 22 cm
regular print
Contents Machine derived contents note: Foreword, David Clark -- 1. Introduction - working with death, dying and difference, David Oliviere & Barbara Monroe -- 2. Social class, poverty and social exclusion, Malcolm Payne -- 3. Minority ethnic communities and religious groups, Shirley Firth -- 4. Sexual identity - gender and sexual orientation, Katherine Cox -- 5. Older people, Ann McMurray -- 6. Mental health needs, Max Henderson -- 7. Disability, Linda McEnhill -- 8. Abuse, Maggie Draper & Chris Wood -- 9. Offenders, Maggie Bolger -- 10. Refugees, Mary Blanche & Chris Endersby -- 11. Finances, Donal Gallagher -- 12. Carers and caregivers, Sheila Payne
Summary "Death, Dying, and Social Differences addresses the social context of the care of dying people. It focuses on the much neglected area of the social aspects of death and dying and highlights the key ways that health and social care professionals who provide and of the care can respond most appropriately to those from a variety of social circumstances and communities it speaks about best professional practice that can balance the inequalities in society's structures and their consequences for the dying and their carers."--BOOK JACKET
Notes Formerly CIP. Uk
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Death -- Social aspects.
Terminal care.
Social medicine.
Terminal care -- Social aspects.
Macrosociology.
Palliative treatment -- Great Britain -- Psychology.
Palliative treatment -- Social aspects.
Discrimination in medical care.
Discrimination (Psychology)
Social Medicine.
Terminally Ill -- psychology.
Attitude to Death.
Cultural Diversity.
Socioeconomic Factors.
Social Support.
Palliative Care -- psychology.
United Kingdom.
Author Oliviere, David.
Monroe, Barbara.
LC no. 2005295464
ISBN 0198527756 paperback