02--Hospice:  Heart & Soul of Care

Abbott, John W.  Nuances, the soul of hospice.  Foreward by Rosemary J. Hurzeler.  Branford, CT:  Connecticut Hospice, 1997.  119p.

Amenta, Madalon O'Rawe, & Nancy L. Bohnet.  Nursing care of the terminally ill.  Boston:  Little, Brown, 1986.  409p.

Appleton, Michael, & Todd Henschell.  At home with terminal illness:  a family guide to hospice in the home.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice Hall Career & Technology, 1995.  103p.

Bates, Ira J., & Katherine E. Brandt, eds.  Volunteer training curriculum recommended by the National Hospice Organization.  Arlington, VA:  The Organization, 1990.  147p.

Brookes, Tim.  Signs of life:  a memoir dying and discovery.  New York:  Times Books, 1997.  269p.

Burnell, George M.  Final choices:  to live or to die in an age of medical technology.  New York:  Insight Books, 1993.  374p.

Care of the terminally ill:  the hospice concept.  Rockville, MD:  ProjectShare, 1980.  Aspen Systems Corporation, Project Share.  23p.

Cassidy, Sheila.  Sharing the darkness:  the spirituality of caring.  Foreword by Jean Vanier.  London:  Darton, Longman, and Todd, 1988;  Maryknoll, NY:  Orbis Books, 1991.  177p.

Chaban, Michèle.  The life work of Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross and its impact on the death awareness movement.  Lewiston, NY:  E. Mellen Press, 1998. 

Chase, Deborah.  Dying at home with hospice.  St. Louis, MO:  C.V. Mosby Co., 1986.  204p.

Corless, Inge B., & Zelda Foster, eds.  The hospice heritage :  celebrating our future.  New York:  Haworth Press, 1999.

Corr, Charles A., & Donna M. Corr, eds.  Hospice care:  principles and practice.  New York:  Springer Pub. Co., 1983.  364p.  1985, 290p.

Cundiff, David E.  Euthanasia is not the answer:  a hospice physician's view.  Totowa, NJ:  Humana Press, 1992.  190p.

Dealing with death and dying.  Springhouse, PA:  Springhouse Corp., 1984.  192p.

DuBois, Paul M.  The hospice way of death.  New York:  Human Sciences Press, 1980.  223p.

Dush, David M., Barrie R. Cassileth & Dennis C. Turk, ed.  Psychosocial assessment in terminal care.  New York:  Haworth Press, 1986.  150p.

Ewens, James.  Elisabeth Kübler-Ross and Josefina B. Magno present hospice:  a handbook for families and others facing terminal illness.  Santa Fe, NM:  Bear, 1982.  242p.

Glavan, Denise, Cindy Longanacre & John Spivey.  Hospice, a labor of love.  St. Louis, MO:  Chalice Press, 1999.  118p.

Infeld, Donna Lind, & Nadine Reimer Penner, eds.  Bereavement:  client adaptation and hospice services.  New York:  Haworth Press, 1996.  102p.

Irion, Paul E.  Hospice and ministry.  Nashville:  Abingdon Press, 1988.  224p.  Church work with the terminally ill.

Jaffe, Carolyn, & Carol H. Ehrlich.  All kinds of love:  experiencing hospice.  Amityville, NY:  Baywood Pub., 1997.  346p.  Bibliography of additional readings:  p. 329-342.

Kalina, Kathy.  Midwife for souls:  spiritual care for the dying:  a guide for hospice care workers and all who live with the terminally ill.  Boston, MA:  St. Paul Books & Media, 1993.  111p.

Kaye, Peter.  Notes on symptom control in hospice & palliative care.  Essex, CT:  Hospice Education Institute, 1989.  387p.

Kearney, Michael.  Mortally wounded:  stories of soul pain, death, and healing.  New York:  Scribner, 1996.  192p.

Keizer, Bert.  Dancing with Mister D:  notes on life and death.  Translated Refrein is Hein:  dagen uit een verpleeghuis from the original Dutch by the author.  New York:  Nan A. Talese, 1997.  324p.

Kircher, Pamela M.  Love is the link:  a hospice doctor shares her experience of near-death and dying.  Burdett, NY:  Published for the Paul Brunton Philosophic Foundation by Larson Publications, 1995.  143p.

Koff, Theodore H., & Betty Koff, et al.  Hospice, a caring community.  Foreword by John A. Hackley.  Cambridge, MA:  Winthrop Publishers, 1980.  196p.

Kohut, Jeraldine Joanne, & Sylvester Kohut.  Hospice:  caring for the terminally ill.  Forewords by Albert Gore, Jr., and Iris A. Kozil.  Springfield, IL:  C.C. Thomas, 1984.  165p.

Lattanzi-Licht, Marcia E., Jane Marie Kirschling & Stephen Fleming, eds.  Bereavement care:  a new look at hospice and community based services.  New York:  Haworth Press, 1989.  129p.

Lattanzi-Licht, Marcia E., Jane Marie Kirschling & Stephen Fleming, eds.  Bereavement care:  a new look at hospice and community based services.  New York:  Haworth Press, 1989.  129p.

Lattanzi-Licht, Marcia E., John J. Mahoney & Galen W. Miller.  The hospice choice:  in pursuit of a peaceful death.  New York:  Simon & Schuster, 1998. 

Lebowitz, Sally E., & Mary-Alice Herbert.  Friend of the family:  a hospice volunteer's experience.  Bethel Park, PA:  Laurel Press, 1989.  105p.

Lerman, Dan, & Claire Tehan.  Hospital-hospice management models:  integration and collaboration.  Chicago, IL:  American Hospital Pub., 1995.  66p.

Ley, Dorothy C. H., & Harry van Bommel, eds.  The heart of hospice.  Toronto:  NC Press, 1994.  135p.

Little black book of home CareCues.  Springhouse, PA:  Springhouse Corp., 1997.  138p.  Published in collaboration with Amicare Home Health Services.

Manning, Margaret.  The hospice alternative:  living with dying.  Foreword by James Hanratty and a postscript by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross.  London:  Souvenir Press, 1984.  205p.

McGrath, Pam.  A question of choice:  bioethical reflections on a spiritual response to the technological imperative.  Aldershot, Hants, England;  Brookfield, VT:  Ashgate, 1997.  242p.  Karuna Hospice Service, terminal care, Buddhism & hospice care.

McLean, Gill L.  Facing death:  conversations with cancer patients.  Edinburgh;  New York:  Churchill Livingstone, 1993.  210p.

McNulty, Elizabeth G., & Robert A. Holderby.  Hospice, a caring challenge.  Springfield, IL:  C.C. Thomas, 1983.  181p.

Mojtabai, A. G.  Soon:  tales from hospice.  Cambridge, MA:  Zoland Books, 1998.  190p.

Munley, Anne.  The hospice alternative:  a new context for death and dying.  New York:  Basic Books, 1983.  349p.

Munro, Susan.  Music therapy in palliative--hospice care.  Saint Louis, MO:  MMB Music, Inc., 1984.  112p.

Ogg, Elizabeth.  Facing death and loss.  Lancaster, PA:  Technomic Pub. Co., 1985.  97p.

Ogg, Elizabeth.  The right to die with dignity.  New York, N.Y:  Public Affairs Committee, 1980.  29p.

Olson, Melodie.  Healing the dying.  Albany:  Delmar Publishers, 1997.  246p.

Padilla, Geraldine V., Veronica E. Baker & Vikki A. Dolan.  Interacting with dying patients:  an inter-hospital nursing research and nursing education project.  Duarte, CA:  City of Hope National Medical Center, Division of Nursing, 1975.  219p.

Paradis, Lenora Finn, ed.  Stress and burnout among providers caring for the terminally ill and their families.  New York:  Haworth Press, 1987.  276p.

Petrosino, Barbara M., ed.  Nursing in hospice and terminal care:  research and practice.  New York:  Haworth Press, 1986.  138p.

Pratt, Mandy, & Michèle J.M. Wood, eds.  Art therapy in palliative care:  the creative response.  London;  New York:  Routledge, 1998.  202p.

Saunders, Dame Cicely, & Robert Kastenbaum, eds.  Hospice care on the international scene.  New York:  Springer Pub. Co., 1997.  303p.

Sendor, Virginia F., & Patrice M. O'Connor.  Hospice and palliative care:  questions and answers.  Lanham, MD:  Scarecrow Press, 1997.  250p.

Sheehan, Denice C., & Walter B. Forman, eds.  Hospice and palliative care:  concepts and practice.  Sudbury, MA:  Jones and Bartlett, 1996.  201p.

Smith, Rodney.  Lessons from the dying.  Boston:  Wisdom Publications, 1998.  207p.  Death & hospice care.

Smith, Walter J.  Dying in the human life cycle:  psychological, biomedical, and social perspectives.  New York:  Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1985.  362p.

Spilling, Roy, ed.  Terminal care at home.  Oxford;  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1986.  153p.

Taylor, Joan Leslie.  In the light of dying:  the journals of a hospice volunteer.  New York:  Continuum, 1989.  229p.

Wentzel, Kenneth B.  To those who need it most, hospice means hope.  Boston:  Charles River Books, 1981.  108p.