Princeton University Library Catalog

The cultures of caregiving : conflict and common ground among families, health professionals, and policy makers / edited by Carol Levine and Thomas H. Murray ; foreword by Christine K. Cassel.

Format:
Book
Language:
English
Published/​Created:
Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004.
Description:
xxvi, 187 p. ; 24 cm.
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
Foreword / Christine K. Cassell -- Introduction : Caregiving as family affair : a new perspective on cultural diversity / Carol Levine and Thomas H. Murray -- 1. Family caregivers and the health care system : findings from a national survey / David A. Gould -- 2. On loving care and the persistence of memories : reflections of a grieving daughter / Gladys Gonzalez-Ramos -- 3. The weight of shared lives : truth telling and family caregiving / Jerome K. Lowenstein -- 4. Family caregiving in New England : nineteenth-century community care gives way to twentieth-century institutions / Sheila M. Rothman -- 5. Nurses and their changing relationships to family caregivers / Mathy Mezey -- 6. The culture of home care : whose values prevail? / Rick Surpin and Eileen Hanley -- 7. Explaining the paradox of long-term care policy : an example of dissonant cultures / Judith Feder and Carol Levine -- 8. Family caregivers in popular culture : ideals and reality in the movies / Carol Levine and Alexis Kuerbis -- 9. Integrating medicine and the family : toward a coherent ethic of care / Jeffrey Blustein -- 10. Project DOCC : a parent-directed model for educating pediatric residents / Maggie Hoffman and Donna Jean Appell -- 11. Changing institutional culture : turning adversaries into partners / Judah L. Ronch -- Conclusion : Building on common ground / Carol Levine and Thomas H. Murray.
Subject(s):
ISBN:
0801878632 (hardcover : alk. paper)
LCCN:
2003016414
OCLC:
52720972
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RCP:
C - S