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Living With Grief Book series are produced as companion volumes to HFA's annual national educational program

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Living With Grief Book Set
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Living With Grief Book Set
A complete set of the 15 books currently in print from the Living With Grief® series can be purchased for a discount of 20%. For descriptions, please see the listings for the individual books.

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Journeys with Grief
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Journeys with Grief
If you’ve enjoyed Journeys: A Monthly Newsletter to Help in Bereavement, you’re sure to want a copy of our newest publication, Journeys Through Grief, A Collection of Articles about Love, Life and Loss, which is edited by HFA’s grief expert, Kenneth J. Doka, PhD, MDiv

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Living with Grief®: Spirituality and End-of-Life Care
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Living with Grief®: Spirituality and End-of-Life Care
Living with Grief®: Spirituality and End-of-Life Care (2011) is the companion book for HFA’s 2011 Living with Grief® program. The 17 chapters and multiple sidebars offer valuable information on providing sensitive and effective spiritual care at the end of life. Readers will find information on the role of spirituality at the end of life, how hospice and palliative care organizations can properly incorporate spiritual care into their existing care plans, how best to accommodate and assist religious ritual at the end of life, and descriptions of the teachings and practices of a variety of faith traditions practiced in North America.

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Beyond Kubler-Ross: New Perspectives on Death, Dying and Grief
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Beyond Kubler-Ross: New Perspectives on Death, Dying and Grief
Beyond Kübler-Ross: New Perspectives on Death, Dying and Grief (2011) is the companion book for HFA’s 2011 New Perspectives program. Ten chapters written by preeminent experts in the field of grief and bereavement look closely at the legacy of the work of Kübler-Ross, and discuss how professional understanding of grief has progressed and developed beyond her theories.

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End-of-Life Ethics: A Case Study Approach
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End-of-Life Ethics: A Case Study Approach
The cases in the book, all written and discussed by prominent professionals, really show “ethics in action.” For professionals, the cases may help to validate the difficult choices that they guide families through every day in hospice and palliative care, or in a hospital or nursing home setting.

The cases highlight real issues, looking at issues around communication, surrogacy, decision making when children or adolescents are involved, and treatment decisions.

- Kenneth J. Doka, PhD, MDiv

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Grief Resource Library
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Grief Resource Library
A collection of 12 excellent grief resources published by the Hospice Foundation of America

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Improving Care for Veterans Facing Illness and Death
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Improving Care for Veterans Facing Illness and Death
Improving Care for Veterans Facing Illness and Death is the companion book to to the 2013 Living with Grief program.

Improving Care for Veterans Facing Illness and Death, examines the impact that the military experience can have on veterans who are dying or facing grief and loss; special issues in treating veterans at the end of life, including tangible concerns such as pain management, as well as emotional issues like the need for forgiveness; and grief and loss issues for both veterans and military survivors.
Authors include clinicians from the Department of Veterans Affairs, hospice professionals, and academicians. The book also contains personal perspectives from veterans themselves, shedding a different but equally important light on these topics



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End-of-Life Ethics: A Case Study Approach (Box of 20)
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End-of-Life Ethics: A Case Study Approach (Box of 20)
The cases in the book, all written and discussed by prominent professionals, really show “ethics in action.” For professionals, the cases may help to validate the difficult choices that they guide families through every day in hospice and palliative care, or in a hospital or nursing home setting.

The cases highlight real issues, looking at issues around communication, surrogacy, decision making when children or adolescents are involved, and treatment decisions.

- Kenneth J. Doka, PhD, MDiv

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Living With Grief: Cancer and End-of-Life Care (2010)
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Living With Grief: Cancer and End-of-Life Care (2010)

Living With Grief: Cancer and End-of-Life Care (2010) offers valuable information on treating cancer when the goal of care is palliative. From a historical context of cancer and illness to treatment options, psychosocial concerns, and prevailing cultural attitudes toward cancer, this installment in the Living with Grief® series reviews how a holistic plan of care can allow persons living with terminal cancer to live and die with dignity.



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Living With Grief: Diversity and End-of-Life Care (2009)
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Living With Grief: Diversity and End-of-Life Care (2009)
Living With Grief: Diversity and End-of-Life Care (2009) introduces readers to the most current ways of thinking regarding how cultural diversity affects quality end-of-life care. The book begins with an introduction to diversity as a concept and outlines how the ways we think about different groups of people can affect how we treat them in a caregiving setting. It goes on to provide concrete insights into different cultural groups, including race and ethnicity, religion, and other sources of diversity such as disability and gender. See the list of chapters for specific groups covered. (270 pages)

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Living With Grief: Children and Adolescents
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Living With Grief: Children and Adolescents
Living with Grief: Children and Adolescents (2008) is written by experts and examines child and adolescent grief in a variety of situations. Parental loss, sibling loss, and loss of a friend are each addressed in their own chapters. Other chapters examine play therapy, protocols for schools, use of the Internet as a coping tool, and the recommendations for reading for children and adolescents. Contributors include Kenneth Doka (editor), Charles Corr, Nancy Hogan, Bruce Jennings, Donna Schuurman and J. William Worden. (420 pages)

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Living With Grief: Before and After the Death
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Living With Grief: Before and After the Death
Living With Grief: Before and After the Death (2007) offers an overview of the most current theoretical perspectives on grief and loss. Topics include anticipatory grief and mourning, professional self-care, DSM-V classification, disenfranchised grief, and other insights into the field of grief and bereavement. Includes an index, references for further reading, personal accounts of grief, and chapters by North America’s top experts in the field, including Kenneth Doka (editor), Carla Sofka, Charles Corr, and Dennis Klass. (365 pages)

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Pain Management at the End of Life: Bridging the Gap Between Knowledge and Practice
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Pain Management at the End of Life: Bridging the Gap Between Knowledge and Practice
Pain Management at the End of Life: Bridging the Gap Between Knowledge and Practice (2006) addresses barriers to pain management--society’s approach, historical views, and attitudes and biases. The book reviews pain assessment, pharmacotherapy, the hospice team approach to pain management, and treating pain in children and adults with cognitive impairment. Featuring an index, foreword by Kathleen M. Foley, and chapters by Oklahoma Attorney General W.A. Drew Edmondson and Arthur G. Lipman (295 pages)

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Living with Grief: Alzheimer's Disease
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Living with Grief: Alzheimer's Disease
Living With Grief: Alzheimer’s Disease (2004) offers insight and advice to all who are involved in the care of patients with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias. Featuring chapters by Sam Gandy, Ralph N. Martins, & Joseph Buxbaum; Earl A. Grollman (290 pages)

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Living with Grief: Coping with Public Tragedy
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Living with Grief: Coping with Public Tragedy
Living With Grief: Coping With Public Tragedy (2003) looks at factors that define a public tragedy and offers suggestions for those helping their communities deal with loss. Featuring chapters by Barbara L. Bouton (314 pages)

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