Making a case: creating a perinatal palliative care service using a perinatal bereavement program model.

@article{Kobler2011MakingAC,
  title={Making a case: creating a perinatal palliative care service using a perinatal bereavement program model.},
  author={Kathie Kobler and Rana K Limbo},
  journal={The Journal of perinatal & neonatal nursing},
  year={2011},
  volume={25 1},
  pages={32-41; quiz 42-3}
}
This article explores the innovative approach of creating a perinatal palliative care service in an institution that already has a perinatal bereavement program. The proposed model focuses on the importance of establishing and maintaining relationship among and between nurses, other clinicians, and parents. The authors examine theoretical and clinical perspectives, recognizing the presence of both grief and hope from the moment of a life-threatening fetal diagnosis. The article identifies key… CONTINUE READING

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