Physicians, Nurses, and Other Health Professionals
Life Care Planning and Case Management Handbook, Second Edition brings together the many concepts, beliefs, and procedures regarding life care plans into one state-of-the-art publication. This second edition of a bestseller is focused on p...show morerioritizing and managing the spectrum of services for people with serious medical problems and their families.
Keeping up with advances in the field, this is the most comprehensive reference for everyone concerned with coordinating, evaluating, assessing, and monitoring care. ...show less
The Role of the Physiatrist in Life Care Planning, Richard Bonfiglio The Role of The Nurse Case Manager in Life Care Planning, Susan Riddick-Grisham The Role of the Vocational Counselor in Life Care Planning, Debra E. Berens and Roger O. Weed The Role of the Psychologist in Life Care Planning, Anne Sluis Powers and Randall Thomas The Role of the Neuropsychologist in Life Care Planning Randall, W. Evans The Role of the Occupational Therapist in Life Care Planning, Ileana Seoane McCaigue The Role of the Physical Therapist in Life Care Planning, Art Peddle The Role of the Speech-Language Pathologist and Assistive Technology in Life Care Planning, Carolyn W. Higdon The Role of the Audiologist in Life Care Planning, Carolyn W. Higdon, Larry Higdon, and Vic S. Gladstone The Role of the Economist in Life Care Planning, Everett G. Dillman
PART II SELECTED DISABILITIES: TOPICS AND ISSUES
Life Care Planning for the Amputee, Robert H. Meier III and Roger O. Weed Acquired Brain Injury, David Ripley and Roger Weed Life Care Planning for the Burn Patient, Melissa A. Brown, Phala A. Helm, and Roger O. Weed New! Life Care Planning for the HIV/AIDS Patient, Sherie L. Kendall New! Life Care Planning for Depressive Disorders, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and Schizophrenia, Nicole M. Hilligoss Life Care Planning Issues for People with Chronic Pain, Thomas M. Ward and Roger O. Weed Life Care Planning for Spinal Cord Injury, Terry Winkler and Roger O. Weed Life Care Planning for Organ Transplantation, Dan M. Bagwell, LaRhea A. Nichols, and Roger O. Weed L ife Care Planning for the Visually Impaired, Terry Winkler and Roger O. Weed New! Application of Life Care Planning Principles in Elder Care Management, Patricia McCollom
PART III FORENSIC CONSIDERATIONS
Forensic Issues for Life Care Planners, Roger O. Weed A Personal Perspective of Life Care Planning, Raymond L. Arrona and Mamie Walters as told to Anna N. Herrington A Plaintiff's Attorney's Perspective on Life Care Planning, Tyron C. Elliott A Defense Attorney Perspective on Life Care Planning, Lee D. Gunn IV and Tracy Raffles Gunn
PART IV GENERAL ISSUES
Ethical Issues for the Life Care Planner, Roger O. Weed and Debra E. Berens New! Reliability of Life Care Plans: A Comparison of Original and Updated Plans, Amy M. Sutton, Paul M. Deutsch, Roger O. Weed, and Debra E. Berens New! Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): From Case Law to Case Management and Life Care Planning Practice, Lewis E. Vierling Technology and Life Care Planning, Randall L. Thomas Life Care Planning Resources, Julie A. Kitchen and Elizabeth Brown New! Medical Equipment Choices and the Role of the Rehab Equipment Specialist in Life Care Planning, Paul Amsterdam The Commission on Health Care Certification (CHCC): Credentialing in Life Care Planning Service Delivery, V. Robert May III and Peter Lubinskas New! Appendix 1 Standards of Practice and Ethics for Life Care Planners (IALCP) New! Appendix 2 Standards and Code of Professional Ethics Commission on Health Care Certification (CHCC) New! Appendix 3 Bibliography of Life Care Planning and Related Publications 2001
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