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Perinatal Loss: A Handbook for Working with Women and Families Sheila Broderick

Perinatal Loss: A Handbook for Working with Women and Families

Sheila Broderick

Published January 1st 1900
ISBN : 9781846199806
Paperback
168 pages
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 About the Book 

The death of a baby is one of the most painful experiences anyone can imagine. This practical, compassionate text guides professionals in providing the best possible care through the physical and emotional pain of a pregnancy loss from earlyMoreThe death of a baby is one of the most painful experiences anyone can imagine. This practical, compassionate text guides professionals in providing the best possible care through the physical and emotional pain of a pregnancy loss from early miscarriage to neonatal death, enabling patients and their families to grieve. Written by two professionals with extensive experience in the field, the book inspires confidence for those confronted with this challenging task. It focusses on common issues that inhibit good care and addresses the traditionally difficult topics. Healthcare staff assisting patients during this time often require support of their own and this is also addressed with constructive, inspirational approaches and ideas for professional training. Perinatal Loss - a handbook for working with women and their families offers insights, information and support for managing pregnancy loss for all professionals and students involved in pregnancy loss