Palliative Care and Management
Palliative care is aimed at anyone who has been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. It helps maintain quality of life and manage or reduce illness symptoms; in addition to that it helps patients understand their choices for medical treatment.
A palliative care consultation team is made of palliative care specialist doctors and nurses, and includes others such as social workers, and nutritionists. Palliative care can be provided along with curative treatment and may begin at the time of diagnosis. Palliative care could transition to hospice care if the doctor believes the person is likely to die within 6 months.
- Combating Suicidal Think-Abouts
- Combating Mood Disorders
- Combating Mental Outcomes of Trauma
- Combating Neuropsychiatric Consequences
- Psychiatric Palliative Care
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