Use of the arts in palliative care settings is a powerful and effective way of addressing the practical, psychological, social and spiritual issues faced by service users in end-of-life care. The Creative Arts in Palliative Care uncovers the possibilities for using the creative arts and provides guidance on how to implement arts projects successfully. Part 1 focuses on designing objectives for the creative arts in palliative care - such as self-fulfilment, social participation, diversion from pain and other common symptoms - and managing creative arts services. Part 2 demonstrates the theory and principles in practice, with detailed case studies: each chapter draws on a real-life project, the approaches it employed and the outcomes achieved. This book will be essential reading for healthcare professionals, arts practitioners and all those involved in providing palliative care services.She talked about how, when she had heard me humming the melody of a#39;Danny Boya#39;, she had stopped to listen as the ... In the questionnaire, she wrote that she had enjoyed being part ofthe session, and that the song had made her feel a#39; sentimentala#39;. ... The patient died early the following morning and her husband asked me to play the same instrument at the funeral service, which I did with pleasure.
|Title||:||The Creative Arts in Palliative Care|
|Author||:||Nigel Hartley, Malcolm Payne|
|Publisher||:||Jessica Kingsley Publishers - 2008-05-15|