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Perinatal and Pediatric Bereavement


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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • Part I: Perinatal Bereavement: Concepts and Theories
  • Chapter 1: Cultural Aspects of Pregnancy Loss
  • Chapter 2: Professional Provider Grief and Perinatal Bereavement
  • Chapter 3: Applying Theoretical Frameworks to Quantitative Research in Perinatal Bereavement
  • Chapter 4: The Controversy of the Fetus
  • Chapter 5: Caregiving as a Theoretical Framework in Perinatal Hospice
  • Chapter 6: Rumination and Posttraumatic Growth After Pregnancy Loss
  • Chapter 7: Pushing On: An Emergent Theory of Maternal Perinatal Bereavement
  • Chapter 8: Complicated Grief Following Pregnancy Loss
  • Chapter 9: Mindfulness and its Role in Perinatal Bereavement
  • Chapter 10: Experiences of Gay and Lesbian Couples After Pregnancy Loss
  • Chapter 11: The Effects of Pregnancy Bereavement on Women's Perceptions of Subsequent Pregnancies
  • Chapter 12: The Effects of a Baby's Death on Siblings Later in Life
  • Part II: Pediatric Bereavement: Concepts and Theories
  • Chapter 13: When a Child Dies: The Influences of Culture on Grief and Bereavement
  • Chapter 14: Theoretical Perspectives on Pediatric Palliative Care
  • Chapter 15: Professional Provider Grief in Caring for Terminally Ill Children

About the Author

Beth Perry Black, PhD, RN is Associate Professor in the School of Nursing at UNC at Chapel Hill, USA and has had two NIH-funded grants focusing on perinatal end of life care. She teaches an interdisciplinary graduate course on death, dying and care of the bereaved. She is also an experienced editor, having co-edited two editions of a nursing textbook, Professional Nursing: Concepts and Challenges (Elsevier), and recently completed her first solo edition that will be released in February 2013.

Rana Limbo, PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC, FAAN, director of bereavement and advance care planning services, Gundersen Health System, and also Faculty Associate, University of Wisconsin/Madison School of Nursing, USA is widely regarded for her work in perinatal bereavement care.

Patricia Moyle Wright, PhD, RN is Associate Professor of Nursing at The University of Scranton, USA where she teaches in the Advanced Practice Nursing Program.

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