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  • Topic 1-10 The Hospice Movement
    • What is the hopsice movement?
      • In 1967 Cicely Saunders founded the Hospice Movement to have it as an alternative to euthansia and have the end of someone's life as something special
  • What are hospices?
    • They're special places to which people go to die with dignity
    • Topic 1-10 The Hospice Movement
      • What is the hopsice movement?
        • In 1967 Cicely Saunders founded the Hospice Movement to have it as an alternative to euthansia and have the end of someone's life as something special
  • What can hospices provide/do?
    • Hospices are places where expert pain and sympton relief is combined with all-round care.
      • What can hospices provide/do?
        • This is too meet the physical, social, physchological and spiritual needs of patients and their families and friends.
      • This is too meet the physical, social, physchological and spiritual needs of patients and their families and friends.
      • Hospices give those nearing the end of their life comfortable, warm surroundings.
        • Why is it a good alternative to euthanasia?
          • Emphasises compassionate care with expert pain relief.
            • Why is it a good alternative to euthanasia?
            • Emphasises valuing the person and every moment of their life.
              • Emphasises healing, if not physically then spirtually.

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