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  • 1.Organizations Dedicated to End of Life Issues
    This is a list of organizations dedicated to end of life issues, which includes: National Association of Social Workers National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, Association for Death Education and Counseling, National Board of Certified Counselors, American Geriatric Society, Psychologists in Long Term Care, and additional resources.
    Web Page
  • 2.End of Life Issues and Care
    A report describing quality of care and psychological involvement in decisions about caregivers, family involvement, wills, power of attorney and religious rituals.
    Report
  • 3.Promoting Quality Care Near the End of Life: What Policy Makers Need to Know
    APA cosponsored a Congressional briefing on palliative care and working with minority communities.
    Convention/Conference Program
  • 4.NINR's Palliative Care Portfolio: Current Projects and Future Research Needs--Talking Points by Patricia A. Grady, PhD, RN, FAAN
    An IOM report provided recommendations on research, education of health providers and community involvement to improve end-of-life care.
    Speech/Transcript/Script
  • 5.Emotions, Aggression and Morality in Children: Bridging Development and Psychopathology
    The chapters demonstrate how early affective experiences and relationships provide a foundation for children's subsequent social cognitive understanding of victimization, harm and moral intentionality.
    Continuing Education Program (July 2012)
  • 6.Goodbye, Brecken
    This book is an evocative and somber telling of a girl's loss surrounding the death of her dog.
    Children's Book (March 2013)
  • 7.HIV and Families: Module 6 HOPE Resource Package
    Challenges of parenting for families affected by HIV are explained, intervention strategies when working with family members, and/or family are introduced, with links for further information, issues of disclosing status to family members, facilitating the discussion with children, permanency planning, dealing with multiple loss, grief, and the developmental aspects of dying.
    Web Page
  • 8.Coping with the death of a co-worker
    Our co-workers are very much like extended family, so a co-worker's death can be particularly difficult to deal with. Know what to expect from the grieving process, what you can do to work through your feelings and how to get help.
    Web Article (September 2011)
  • 9.Suicide: What Therapists Need to Know
    Mental health professionals and the public should know that the suicidal state is almost always transient and treatable. Therapists can prepare themselves by learning to implement the tools and techniques that have been found effective to assess and treat suicidal individuals. Part of the Online Article CE Series (OACES).
    Continuing Education Program (March 2011)
  • 10.Suicide
    Suicide is the act of killing yourself, most often as a result of depression or other mental illness. Learn about suicide warning signs and steps to prevent suicide.
    Psychology Topic
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