* Once your purchase is processed by paypal you will be redirected back to this page and you'll have the option to download the paper. We'll also send the paper to your paypal email address as proof of purchase.Download Paper
Answer each question below with at least 1 paragraph per question1:
The following book must be use as a source:
Dimensions of long-term care management by Mary Helen McSweeney
Health Care Questions And Answers
Length: 1 pages (275 Words)
Hospice and palliative care define healthcare services offered to the terminally ill patients to relieve them of pain and suffering as they edge closer to their dying days (McSweeney-Feld & Oetjen, 2011). Palliative care in hospices involves care to the patients in keeping with their values and preferences, maintaining regular communication (Connor, 2009). Palliative care is centered on the patient, enhancing the quality of life with routine administration of treatments to manage disease symptoms. This is unlike traditional model of medical care where treatments are initially a primary preference and comfort only provided when it demands. Palliative care for terminal disease can be offered at the comfort of the patient home, and regardless of the setting as an inter-disciplinary team of nurses, volunteers, doctors and even chaplains, work in turn to alleviate the patient’s anguish.