|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)
See the table of contents on the HFA web site.
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