Table of contents for Handbook of psychiatry in palliative medicine / edited by Harvey Max Chochinov, William Breitbart.

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Part I - Psychiatric and Psychosocial Palliative Care: Critical Milestones 
Chapter 1	Hospice: A Psychiatric Perspective by John Shuster and Irene Higginson
Chapter 2	Integrating Psychiatry and Palliative Medicine: The Challenges and 
Opportunities by Susan Block and Andrew Billings
Part II - Psychiatric Complications of Terminal Illness
Chapter 3	An Overview of Care and Management of the Patient at the End of Life by 
Ned H. Cassem 
Chapter 4	Diagnosis and Management of Depression in Palliative Care by Keith 
G.Wilson, Mark Lander and Harvey Max Chochinov 
Chapter 5	Anxiety in Palliative Care by Mary Jane Massie and Andrew Roth
Chapter 6	Delirium in the Terminally Ill by William Breitbart, Peter Lawlor and 
Miriam Friedlander
Chapter 7	Suicide and Desire for Death in the Terminally Ill by Harvey Max 
Chochinov, William Breitbart, Megan Olden, Wendy Lichtenthal, and 
Hayley Pessin
Chapter 8	Palliative Care for Persons with Serious Mental Illness by Mary Ellen Foti 
Chapter 9	Palliative Care in Patients with Substance Abuse and Patients with 
Personality Disorders by Steve Passik and Ken Kirsh
Part III - Psychosocial Issues in Palliative Care
Chapter 10	What Dying Patients Want by David Kuhl
Chapter 11	Communication with Terminally Ill Patients and Their Families by Peter 
Maguire, Joe Weiner
Chapter 12	Interdisciplinary Teamwork in Palliative Care by Matthew Loscalzo and 
Charles Von Gunten
Chapter 13	Cultural Issues in Palliative Care by Leslie Blackhall
Chapter 14	Understanding and Managing Bereavement in Palliative Care by Sid 
Zisook, Katherine Shear, Scott Irwin
Chapter 15	Family Issues and Palliative Care by David K. Wellisch and David 
Chapter 16	Burnout and Symptoms of Stress in Staff Working in Palliative Care by 
Mary Vachon and Monika Muller
Part IV - Ethical, Existential and Spiritual Issues in Palliative Care
Chapter 17	Ethical Issues in Palliative Care by Edmund D. Pellegrino and Daniel 
Chapter 18	Love, Forgiveness and Opportunities for Personal Growth at the End of 
Life by Ira Byock
Chapter 19	Dimensions of Suffering towards the End of Life by Nathan Cherny
Chapter 20	Dignity, Meaning and Demoralization: Emerging Paradigms in End-of-
Life Care by David Kissane, William Breitbart, Harvey Max Chochinov, 
Christina Treece, Nancy McKeen
Chapter 21	Spiritual Care Issues in Palliative Care by Christina Puchalski
Part V - Understanding and Managing Symptoms 
Chapter 22	Pain and Physical Symptom Management in the Terminally Ill: An 
Overview for Mental Health Professionals by Russell K. Portenoy, 
Eduardo Bruera, and Badi Edmond El Osta
Chapter 23	Psychiatric Aspects of Pain Management in Patients with Advanced 
Cancer and AIDS by William Breitbart, Steve Passik, D. Casper, T. Starr, 
and L. Rogak
Chapter 24	Eating Issues in Palliative Cancer Patients by Susan McClement 
Chapter 25	Psychiatric Aspects of Fatigue in the Terminally Ill by Susan Abbey 
Part VI	 - Psychotherapeutic Interventions in Palliative Care
Chapter 26	Individual Psychotherapy for the Patient with Advanced Disease by Gary 
Chapter 27	Narrative Medicine and Palliative Care by Robert Neimyer and Jamie 
Chapter 28	Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches to Symptom Management in Palliative 
Care: Augmenting Somatic Interventions by Dennis C. Turk and Caryn 
Chapter 29	Group Psychotherapy and the Terminally Ill by David Spiegel and Molyn 
Chapter 30	Family-Focused Grief Therapy by Sidney Bloch and David Kissane
Part VII - Life Cycle Considerations in Palliative Care
Chapter 31	Psychiatric Care of the Terminally Ill Child by Margaret L. Stuber and 
Brenda Bursch
Chapter 32	Special Care Considerations for the Dying Child by Barbara Sourkes and 
Joanne Wolfe
Chapter 33	Special Care Considerations for the Dying Elderly by Diane Meier, Sean 
Morrison and Lynn Bunch

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Terminally ill -- Mental health -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Palliative treatment -- Psychological aspects -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Hospice care -- Psychological aspects -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Palliative Care.
Bioethical Issues.
Family -- psychology.
Neoplasms -- psychology.
Psychotherapy -- methods.
Terminally Ill -- psychology.