Psychosocial care as defined by the national council for hospice and specialist palliative care services is care concerned with the psychological and emotional well being of the patient and their family carers including issues of self esteem insight into an adaptation to the illness and its consequences communication social functioning . Palliative aesthetics exploring the aesthetic dimension of end of life care with bruce miller md and justin burke ma dphil psychosocial bereavement and spiritual care at the end of life realities responsibilities and renewal with mary raymer. As a result for many people palliative care is synonymous with hospice end of life care i believe the human aspects of cancer care including what we historically have called psychosocial oncology or palliative care are critical parts of cancer care delivery from the moment of diagnosis forward. Psychosocial aspects of palliative care paul b jacobsen phd and william breitbart md background relief of suffering is a central goal for palliative care achievement of this goal can be difficult however due to the complex nature of suffering. Psychosocial palliative care pathway screen assess plan across illness trajectory version 201301 page 4 of 7 the pathway is intended to be used for informational purposes only the pathway is not intended to constitute or be a substitute for medical advice and should not be relied upon in any such regard
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