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- KurzbeschreibungIn the United States alone each year over 2.4 <br>million people die. The vast majority of these <br>deaths culminate in a non-communicative or comatose <br>state, yet it is surprisingly uncommon for <br>researchers to study the non-communicative dying, <br>their needs and their responses directly. Rather, <br>most studies focus on the experiences of dying <br>people while they are still in communicative states <br>or on their families. As a result, there is still <br>much to be learned about this silent passage and the <br>spiritual care most likely to help the dying and <br>their families. What do they need? And <br>how can we help?<br>Jeanne Denney''s pioneering work takes a bold <br>step in end of life study to address these <br>questions. Using biofeedback technology, she opens <br>a dialogue with the dying that yields insight on <br>their experiences, their needs and the experience of <br>caregiving generally. The results were surprising <br>and instructive, yielding hope for families, <br>powerful indications that more research of this <br>nature needs to be done, and direction for <br>this future work.
- AutorJeanne M. Denney
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- Gewicht345 g
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