OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Safe Passage: A Global Spiritual Sourcebook for Care at the End of Life

ISBN : 9780199914630

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¥9,394
著者: 
Mark Lazenby; Ruth McCorkle; Daniel P. Sulmasy
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320 ページ
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Paperback
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155 x 234 mm
刊行日
2014年01月
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The study and practice of end-of-life care has seen an increasing understanding of the need for care that integrates clinical, psychosocial, spiritual, cultural, and ethical expertise. Yet, no one existing volume pulls together perspectives from a diverse array of religions with ethical dilemmas and clinical problems in view. Safe Passage coaches clinicians and others on the front lines of care on understanding how to incorporate different traditions of thinking into the most difficult of moments around the end of life. The book is structured around five major moments of realization - when disease progresses, when emergencies happen, when dying will be a long process, the time of death, and when grieving begins. Each decision point is introduced with a research summary and an extensive case example that describes disease processes, health care delivery possibilities, and the end-of-life dilemmas involved so as to apply across the varying cultural, socio-economic, and spiritual contexts. The case example is followed by a clinical commentary written by a palliative care specialist, an ethical commentary written by an ethicist, and three short essays written by religious thinkers of different traditions. Each situation is concluded by remarks on potential approaches that respect religious and spiritual beliefs, values, and practices at the end of life across all contexts, and a bibliography. The five decision points are bookended by an introductory section that explores broad historical and cultural perspectives and a conclusion section that summarizes the book and provides guidance for further reading and study.

目次: 

I. POEM - "Autumn Passage"
II. Palliative and End-of-life Care for Safe Passage
Introduction: On Safe Passage
Chapter 1: Historical Perspectives on End-of-Life Care in Global Context: United States
Chapter 2: Historical Perspectives on End-of-Life Care in Global Context: Africa
Chapter 3: Historical Perspectives on End-of-Life Care in Global Context: Europe
Chapter 4: Historical Perspectives on End-of-Life Care in Global Context: Indian Subcontinent
Chapter 5: Historical Perspectives on End-of-Life Care in Global Context: Latin America
Chapter 6: Historical Perspectives on End-of-Life Care in Global Context: Middle East and North Africa
Chapter 7: Historical Perspectives on End-of-Life Care in Global Context: Pacific Asia
Chapter 8: Overview of Health Care Delivery Systems and Workforces in End-of Life Care in the Global North and South
Chapter 9: Spiritual Care of Patients and Families at the End of Life
III. Spiritual Beliefs and Practices for a Good Death
Introduction: On a Good Death
Chapter 10: When Emergencies Happen
Case
The Clinical Issues
The Ethical Issues
The African Independent and Pentecostal Churches Response
The Buddhist Response
The Confucian Response
The Evangelical Christian Response
The Hindu Response
The Indigenous Response
The Jewish Response
The Mainline Protestant Christian Response
The Muslim - Shi'a - Response
The Muslim - Sunni - Response
The Roman Catholic Response
The Sikh Response
The Unitarian Universalist Response
Chapter 11: When Disease Progresses
Case
The Clinical Issues
The Ethical Issues
The African Independent and Pentecostal Churches Response
The Buddhist Response
The Confucian Response
The Evangelical Christian Response
The Hindu Response
The Indigenous Response
The Jewish Response
The Mainline Protestant Christian Response
The Shi'a Muslim Response
The Sunni Muslim Response
The Roman Catholic Response
The Sikh Response
The Unitarian Universalist Response
Chapter 12: When Dying May be a Long Process
Case
The Clinical Issues
The Ethical Issues
The African Independent and Pentecostal Churches Response
The Buddhist Response
The Confucian Response
The Evangelical Christian Response
The Hindu Response
The Indigenous Response
The Jewish Response
The Mainline Protestant Christian Response
The Shi'a Muslim Response
The Sunni Muslim Response
The Roman Catholic Response
The Sikh Response
The Unitarian Universalist Response
Chapter 13: At the Time of Death
Case
The Clinical Issues
The Ethical Issues
The African Independent and Pentecostal Churches Response
The Buddhist Response
The Confucian Response
The Evangelical Christian Response
The Hindu Response
The Indigenous Response
The Jewish Response
The Mainline Protestant Christian Response
The Shi'a Muslim Response
The Sunni Muslim Response
The Roman Catholic Response
The Sikh Response
The Unitarian Universalist Response
Chapter 14: After Death
Case
The Clinical Issues
The Ethical Issues
The African Independent and Pentecostal Churches Response
The Buddhist Response
The Confucian Response
The Evangelical Christian Response
The Hindu Response
The Indigenous Response
The Jewish Response
The Mainline Protestant Christian Response
The Shi'a Muslim Response
The Sunni Muslim Response
The Roman Catholic Response
The Sikh Response
The Unitarian Universalist Response
IV. CODA

著者について: 

JML:Assistant Professor, Yale University School of NursingRM: Florence Schorske Wald Professor of Nursing, Yale University School of NursingDPS: Kilbride-Clinton Professor of Medicine and Ethics, The University of Chicago

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