A pragmatic 4 step approach to discussing end of life care is outlined in table 1 the physician sensitively initiates the discussion so as to create a forum for ongoing dialogue subsequent discussion serves to clarify prognosis identify end of life goals and finally to develop a treatment plan. Edited by lois snyder jd and timothy quill md patients want better end of life care and physicians want to provide it but in a society where high tech interventions are often emphasized moving from curative treatment to comfort care is sometimes difficult. Acp books patients want better end of life care and physicians want to provide it but in a society where high tech interventions are often emphasized moving from curative treatment to comfort care is sometimes difficult often patients in the last phase of life want both continued aggressive treatments and the benefits of palliative measures. The michigan physician guide to end of life care introduction finding comfort and peace at the end of life t his booklet was created to help physicians patients and families family in the broadest sense deal more effectively with dying and death physicians can help their terminally. The helping professionals guide to end of life care clarifies the spiritual and emotional care that patients need and presents an evidence based approach integrating cognitive behavioral therapy cbt transpersonal psychotherapy hypnosis mindfulness and guided imagery to help patients manage emotional distress at the end of life through case conceptualizations and detailed treatment
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