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When Illness is Prolonged

 Living with Grief®: When Illness is Prolonged (DVD) examines the relevance that a long-term illness can have on the grieving process, both before and after death.
 
The accompanying book (ISBN: 1-56032-703-0) takes further steps in assessing the specific issues of grief and bereavement during and after chronic illnesses. Expert authors focus on the common problems that grievers may experience throughout and after the illness. 
Living with Grief®: When Illness is Prolonged (DVD) offers a 2 hour, 30-minute panel discussion dealing with topics of long-term illness and its influence on the grieving process. Hospice, medical, and social service professionals provide valuable insights on the way that long-term and chronic illnesses such as cancer, AIDS, and Alzheimer’s change the way that people traditionally grieve.
 
Panel:
Betty Davies, RN, PhD
Kenneth Doka, PhD, Mdiv
William M. Lamers, Jr., MD
Therese A. Rando, PhD
 
In the 1997 companion installment to the Living with Grief® program, Living with Grief®: When Illness is Prolonged (book) addresses the specific issues of grief and bereavement during and after chronic illness. The grieving process throughout a loved one’s struggle with cancer, AIDS, Alzheimer’s, and other persistent, long-term illnesses changes the dynamics of grief, and the expert authors explore just that.
 
Featuring chapters by Therese A. Rando; Inge B. Corless. Doka, K.J. (Ed) (1997) Washington, DC, Hospice Foundation of America, 220 pp. This book is indexed.  
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