By David Oliviere, Barbara Monroe, Sheila Payne
This e-book brings jointly a world crew of specialist members from multi-disciplinary backgrounds to supply the information, values and debate to assist pros paintings sensitively and reply successfully to the wishes of other social teams. The editors have substantial event operating with the death and bereaved as practitioners, researchers and bosses.
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Extra resources for Death, Dying, and Social Differences
ACCESS An elderly Punjabi woman asked her grandson, ‘Make a bed for me on the floor and give me a diva (light) in my hand. I want to go to God’ (Firth 1997:58). Good deaths are celebrated, and their narratives become part of the transmission of faith through the family and community, giving the bereaved some idea of the ‘place’ of the dead. In many cultures the dead live in a parallel world, affecting the living. Being present at the death, and hearing last words is important in all cultures. The final moments have a profoundly spiritual as well as emotional aspect.
HEALTH INEQUALITIES AND PALLIATIVE CARE There is considerable geographical inequality in provision for palliative care. The Palliative Care Survey 1999 (NCHSPCS 2000) showed 82% more palliative care in-patient beds in the North West and South East Regions than in Trent, 131% more day centre places in Trent than in London, nearly 100% more home care nurses per million of the population in the South West than in Trent. The ratio of doctors’ sessions per million of the population in home care was more than 400% greater in London than in the North West.
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Death, Dying, and Social Differences by David Oliviere, Barbara Monroe, Sheila Payne