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Hospice and palliative care in Southeast Asia

Michael Wright

Hospice and palliative care in Southeast Asia

a review of developments and challenges in Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines

by Michael Wright

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementMichael Wright ; with Ednin Hamzah, Temsak Phungrassami, and Agnes Bausa-Claudio
ContributionsEdnin Hamzah, Temsak Phungrassami, Bausa-Claudio, Agnes
Classifications
LC ClassificationsR726.8 .W75 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 219 p. :
Number of Pages219
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24463358M
ISBN 100199574960
ISBN 109780199574964
LC Control Number2009292673
OCLC/WorldCa495957607

Palliative Care Advances in the Asia Pacific Region. The September issue of the journal Pain has published an article by Cynthia R. Goh and Sze-Yi Lee titled, ‘Education in pain and palliative care in the low- and middle-income countries of the Asia Pacific region.’The Asia Pacific Hospital Palliative Care Network recently published a synopsis of the article’s advances, including links.   In Japan, a group of doctors set up a study group on hospice care in the s, leading to the first establishment of a palliative care unit in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Prefecture, in

Hospice and Palliative Care in Southeast Asia: A Review of Developments and Challenges in Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines. Michael Wright. A health care landscape without palliative and hospice care in the United States is still within living memory. Florence Wald, the fourth dean of YSN, introduced these concepts to Yale and the country in the mids. Decades later, other nations around the world are also exploring how palliative practices can work best for their populations.

There are many palliative care developments in resource-poor regions of the world. Most of them are supported by third-party donors and grant makers. The funding necessary to cover essential palliative care services usually exceeds the financial means of many developing countries. Health care services may have to be complemented by nongovernmental organizations that are dependent on fund Cited by: AJN (American Journal of Nursing) Book of the Year Award in the Hospice and Palliative Care category Explores how religious understandings of death are experienced in hospice care. In the s, English physician and committed Christian Cicely Saunders introduced a new way of treating the terminally ill that she called “hospice care.&rd.


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Hospice and Palliative Care in Southeast Asia: a review of developments and challenges in Malaysia, Thailand, and the Philippines includes in-depth country reports that analyse the current state of hospice and palliative care. The book is written using a template that allows effective comparison between countries and by: Hospice and Palliative Care in Southeast Asia: a review of developments and challenges in Malaysia, Thailand, and the Philippines includes in-depth country reports that analyse the current state of.

Hospice and Palliative Care in Southeast Asia: a review of developments and challenges in Malaysia, Thailand, and the Philippines includes in-depth country reports that analyse the current state of hospice and palliative care.

The book is written using a template that allows effective comparison between countries and regions. Michael Wright and colleagues’ book Hospice and Palliative Care in Southeast Asia. Some of the concerns voiced in the early stages of development of services in Malaysia, Thailand, and the Philippines were similar to what those of us working in more western health systems articulated—primarily, the need to gain medical and public acceptance.

Alongside these initiatives, growing interest in the international development of hospice and palliative care has created the need for Hospice and Palliative Care in Southeast Asia JavaScript lijkt te zijn uitgeschakeld in uw browser.

Palliative care in South Asia: a systematic review of the evidence for care models, interventions, and outcomes Taranjit Singh and Richard Harding Department of Medical Oncology & Haematology, Artemis Health Sciences Institute, Sec Gurgaon, Haryana India.

Palliative care in South Asia: A systematic review of the evidence for care models, interventions, and outcomes Article (PDF Available) in BMC Research Notes 8(1) April with Reads. The Asia Pacific Hospice Palliative Care Network (APHN) is dedicated to promoting hospice and palliative care in Asia and the Pacific.

Our purpose is to empower and support organisations and individuals committed to alleviating suffering from a life-threatening illness. The Changing Face of Volunteering in Hospice and Palliative Care explores the complex phenomenon that is volunteering in hospice and palliative care in different countries.

It considers how and why volunteering is changing, through the contributions of authors from Western and Eastern Europe, North America, Australia, Africa, and India.

In the past few years, Asian advocates of palliative care have set up associations and societies to promote palliative care, such as the Asia Pacific Hospice Network, which has helped to train health-care professionals in countries with very few resources.

4 However, formal professional education in palliative care is not yet fully established Cited by: Palliative care development in the Asia-Pacific region: an international survey from the Asia Pacific Hospice Palliative Care Network (APHN) Takashi Yamaguchi,1,2 Meiko Kuriya,3 Tatsuya Morita,4 Meera Agar,5 Youn Seon Choi,6 Cynthia Goh,7 K B Lingegowda,8 Richard Lim,9 Rico K Y Liu,10 Roderick MacLeod,11 Rhodora Ocampo,12 Shao-Yi Cheng,13 Temsak Phungrassami,14 Yen-Phi Cited by: 8.

Introduction. Palliative care is defined as an approach to improve the quality of life (QOL) of patients facing a life-threatening illness and their families by relieving their symptoms and reducing suffering.1 Since the development of the modern hospice and palliative care movement in the UK in the s, palliative care has become recognised as one of the most important fields of healthcare Cited by: 8.

The Asia Pacific Hospice Palliative Care Network (APHN) is a network of individuals and organizations actively involved in palliative care in Asia and the by: 5.

More than members from 29 countries have registered with APHN sinceand it is the experiences of people in three of these countries that are the focus of Michael Wright and colleagues' book Hospice and Palliative Care in Southeast of the concerns voiced in the early stages of development of services in Malaysia, Thailand, and the Philippines were similar to what those of Author: Rod MacLeod.

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The book is written to allow effective comparison between countries and regions.Following on from Hospice and Palliative Care in Africa, medical sociologist Michael Wright provides a review of the development of hospice and palliative care in Southeast Asia.

He provides detailed information about the state of palliative care in the three countries and there is also information about the health care system, reimbursement issues, opioid availability and consumption and much more.Author Information.

A pioneer of modern palliative care, Cicely Saunders has helped change the way the world cares for the terminally ill. She founded St. Christopher's Hospice in as the first research and teaching hospice linked with clinical care.