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Death and Dying, Life and Living, Sixth Edition
Have questions about eBooks? Check out our eBook FAQs. Every Christian is called to live the crucified life Galatians We die to ourselves, our wills, our comforts, and our reputations for the glory of Jesus. The wonder of applying this biblical principle to everyday life is that it brings life and joy in the process. Written in a deeply personal style that provides a fresh perspective on the disciplines of the Christian life, each one of the devotions is based on a suggested Bible reading.
A Trust was set up in his name in to promote education in the recognition and treatment of cancer pain and it provided funds for an annual essay prize, open to those undergraduate medical students of Queen's University, Belfast, who had completed their fourth year palliative care teaching. The first competition took place in and the winning entry appeared in the Ulster Medical Journal in While no-one is likely to dispute that patient dignity is an important concept, it is much more difficult to translate this abstract concept into the clinical setting. Maintaining patient dignity is something we often hear mentioned when discussing the principles of palliative care; however it is possible that this almost becomes a phrase of vain repetition with little relevance to the quality of care the patient actually receives. The purpose of this essay is to consider why dignity is important in palliative care and how the concept of dignity can affect one's day-to-day practice.