The Resource Stress and survival : the emotional realities of life-threatening illness, edited by Charles A. Garfield

Stress and survival : the emotional realities of life-threatening illness, edited by Charles A. Garfield

Label
Stress and survival : the emotional realities of life-threatening illness
Title
Stress and survival
Title remainder
the emotional realities of life-threatening illness
Statement of responsibility
edited by Charles A. Garfield
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
BF 789.S8
NLM item number
S914 1979
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Garfield, Charles A
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Medicine and psychology
  • Critically ill
  • Stress (Psychology)
  • Médecine et psychologie
  • Malades dans un état critique
  • Stress
  • Critically ill
  • Medicine and psychology
  • Stress (Psychology)
  • Schwerkranker
  • Psychologie
  • Sozialmedizin
  • Adaptation, Psychological
  • Attitude of Health Personnel
  • Disease
  • Patient Care Team
  • Stress, Psychological
  • Terminal Care
Label
Stress and survival : the emotional realities of life-threatening illness, edited by Charles A. Garfield
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 376-377
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Medical nemesis
  • Ivan Illich
  • Social stress and medical ideology
  • Jon Garfield
  • Psychosocial processes and "stress" : theoretical formulation
  • John Cassel
  • Hypertension as a disease of modern society
  • Joseph Eyer
  • Part III. New dimensions in the alleviation of stress
  • Psychotherapy of bodily disease : an overview
  • Part I. Introduction
  • Jerome D. Frank
  • Adjunctive biofeedback with cancer patients : a case presentation
  • Kenneth R. Pelletier
  • Therapeutic touch : the imprimatur of nursing
  • Dolores Kreiger
  • Psychobiological aspects of "spontaneous" regressions of cancer
  • Gotthard Booth
  • Part IV. Emotional impact on health professional and patient
  • The burn-out syndrome and patient care
  • Christina Maslach
  • On life in extremity : psychosocial elements of survival
  • The psychological stresses of intensive care unit nursing
  • Donald Hay, Donald Oken
  • Cancer, emotions, and nurses
  • Samuel C. Klagsbrun
  • Emotions : their prescence and impact upon the helping role
  • Larry A. Bugen
  • The coronary-care unit : an appraisal of its psychologic hazards
  • Thomas P. Hackett, N.H. Cassem, Howard A. Wishnie
  • The hospital environment : its impact on the patient
  • Donald S. Kornfeld
  • Charles A. Garfield
  • Part V. Personal encounters with life-threatening illness
  • Anatomy of an illness (as perceived by the patient)
  • Norman Cousins
  • Cancer is not a four-letter word
  • Leonard Shlain
  • A therapist encounters the possibility of an early death
  • Howard Kogan
  • Observations by a doctor who's been a CCU patient
  • James A. Abbott
  • Private experience and public expectation on the cancer ward
  • Part II. The relation of social and psychologic factors to illness
  • Lea Baider
  • Part VI. Survival : Social and psychologic support
  • Psychological management of the myocardial infarction patient
  • Thomas P. Hackett, Ned H. Cassem
  • Rehabilitating the stroke patient through patient-family groups
  • Judith Gregorie D'Afflitti, G. Wayne Weitz
  • Emotional reactions in a renal unit
  • Morris Gelfman, Emilee J. Wilson
  • A gynaecological experience
  • Anonymous
  • Stress without distress/
  • Adjustment problems of the family of the burn patient
  • Gene A. Brodland, N.J.C. Andreasen
  • Sex and serious illness
  • Bernie Zilbergeld
  • Understanding the psychologic factors in rehabilitation
  • Herbert G. Steger
  • Part VII. The chronically ill child
  • Long-term physical illness in childhood : a challenge to psychosocial adaptation
  • Ake Mattsson
  • The child with heart disease
  • Hans Selye
  • Florence Bright Roberts
  • Part VIII. Understanding pain and suffering
  • The world of the patient in severe pain of long duration
  • Lawrence LeShan
  • The foundation of bioethics
  • Milton D. Heifetz
  • Part IX. Care of the dying patient : emotional survival
  • The psychology of terminal illness as portrayed in Solzhenitsyn's The Cancer Ward
  • Harry S. Abram
  • The dying patient and the double-bind hypothesis
  • The relation of psychological stress to onset of medical illness
  • Richard C. Erickson, Bobbie J. Hyerstay
  • Easing the inevitable
  • Chauncey D. Leake
  • A child dies
  • Charles A. Garfield
  • Dying in a system of "good care" : case report and analysis
  • Martin G. Netsky
  • Hospice care in terminal illness
  • Robert Woodson
  • The Shanti Project : a hopeful scenario for the dying
  • Michael W. Hurst, C. David Jenkins, Robert M. Rose
  • Ellen Goodman
  • A problem solving approach to terminal illness for the family and physician
  • David M. Kaplan, Netta Grandstaff
  • Life-threatening illness in families
  • Richard Burnham Jones
  • Research on ascorbic acid and the dying patient
  • Linus Palling
  • Depersonalization in the face of life-threatening danger : a description
  • Russell Noyes, Jr., Roy Kletti
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xviii, 388 pages
Isbn
9780801617430
Lccn
78031341
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)4592971
Label
Stress and survival : the emotional realities of life-threatening illness, edited by Charles A. Garfield
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 376-377
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Medical nemesis
  • Ivan Illich
  • Social stress and medical ideology
  • Jon Garfield
  • Psychosocial processes and "stress" : theoretical formulation
  • John Cassel
  • Hypertension as a disease of modern society
  • Joseph Eyer
  • Part III. New dimensions in the alleviation of stress
  • Psychotherapy of bodily disease : an overview
  • Part I. Introduction
  • Jerome D. Frank
  • Adjunctive biofeedback with cancer patients : a case presentation
  • Kenneth R. Pelletier
  • Therapeutic touch : the imprimatur of nursing
  • Dolores Kreiger
  • Psychobiological aspects of "spontaneous" regressions of cancer
  • Gotthard Booth
  • Part IV. Emotional impact on health professional and patient
  • The burn-out syndrome and patient care
  • Christina Maslach
  • On life in extremity : psychosocial elements of survival
  • The psychological stresses of intensive care unit nursing
  • Donald Hay, Donald Oken
  • Cancer, emotions, and nurses
  • Samuel C. Klagsbrun
  • Emotions : their prescence and impact upon the helping role
  • Larry A. Bugen
  • The coronary-care unit : an appraisal of its psychologic hazards
  • Thomas P. Hackett, N.H. Cassem, Howard A. Wishnie
  • The hospital environment : its impact on the patient
  • Donald S. Kornfeld
  • Charles A. Garfield
  • Part V. Personal encounters with life-threatening illness
  • Anatomy of an illness (as perceived by the patient)
  • Norman Cousins
  • Cancer is not a four-letter word
  • Leonard Shlain
  • A therapist encounters the possibility of an early death
  • Howard Kogan
  • Observations by a doctor who's been a CCU patient
  • James A. Abbott
  • Private experience and public expectation on the cancer ward
  • Part II. The relation of social and psychologic factors to illness
  • Lea Baider
  • Part VI. Survival : Social and psychologic support
  • Psychological management of the myocardial infarction patient
  • Thomas P. Hackett, Ned H. Cassem
  • Rehabilitating the stroke patient through patient-family groups
  • Judith Gregorie D'Afflitti, G. Wayne Weitz
  • Emotional reactions in a renal unit
  • Morris Gelfman, Emilee J. Wilson
  • A gynaecological experience
  • Anonymous
  • Stress without distress/
  • Adjustment problems of the family of the burn patient
  • Gene A. Brodland, N.J.C. Andreasen
  • Sex and serious illness
  • Bernie Zilbergeld
  • Understanding the psychologic factors in rehabilitation
  • Herbert G. Steger
  • Part VII. The chronically ill child
  • Long-term physical illness in childhood : a challenge to psychosocial adaptation
  • Ake Mattsson
  • The child with heart disease
  • Hans Selye
  • Florence Bright Roberts
  • Part VIII. Understanding pain and suffering
  • The world of the patient in severe pain of long duration
  • Lawrence LeShan
  • The foundation of bioethics
  • Milton D. Heifetz
  • Part IX. Care of the dying patient : emotional survival
  • The psychology of terminal illness as portrayed in Solzhenitsyn's The Cancer Ward
  • Harry S. Abram
  • The dying patient and the double-bind hypothesis
  • The relation of psychological stress to onset of medical illness
  • Richard C. Erickson, Bobbie J. Hyerstay
  • Easing the inevitable
  • Chauncey D. Leake
  • A child dies
  • Charles A. Garfield
  • Dying in a system of "good care" : case report and analysis
  • Martin G. Netsky
  • Hospice care in terminal illness
  • Robert Woodson
  • The Shanti Project : a hopeful scenario for the dying
  • Michael W. Hurst, C. David Jenkins, Robert M. Rose
  • Ellen Goodman
  • A problem solving approach to terminal illness for the family and physician
  • David M. Kaplan, Netta Grandstaff
  • Life-threatening illness in families
  • Richard Burnham Jones
  • Research on ascorbic acid and the dying patient
  • Linus Palling
  • Depersonalization in the face of life-threatening danger : a description
  • Russell Noyes, Jr., Roy Kletti
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xviii, 388 pages
Isbn
9780801617430
Lccn
78031341
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)4592971

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