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Handboek voor palliatieve zorg van de International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care

Derek Doyle (author), Roger Woodruff (author), Wim Distelmans (author of introduction)
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Handboek voor palliatieve zorg van de International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care Handboek voor palliatieve zorg van de International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care

Handboek voor palliatieve zorg van de International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care


Nog te veel mensen kennen een ellendig levenseinde, omdat er vaak zinloos wordt doorbehandeld, niet voldoende pijnstilling wordt gegeven of te weinig aandacht bestaat voor behandelbare lichamelijke of psychische klachten of voor sociale ondersteuning en existentiële nood. Palliatieve zorg komt hieraan tegemoet en heeft zowel haar nut bewezen bij ongeneeslijke zieken met een behoorlijke leven
Title
Handboek voor palliatieve zorg van de International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care / Derek Doyle, Roger Woodruff ; ingeleid en bew. door Wim Distelmans
Author
Derek Doyle Roger Woodruff
Author of introduction
Wim Distelmans
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
Oxford textbook of palliative medicine
Edition
1
Publisher
Antwerpen: Houtekiet, 2011
207 p.
ISBN
9789089241917 (paperback)
Placing suggestion
603.2 (SISO) Dood ; Stervensbegeleiding (ZIZO)

Availability in Flemish libraries

More than 150 times in Flemish libraries

About Derek Doyle

Derek Doyle, (born 30 April 1986 in Dublin, Ireland), is an Irish footballer who plays for League of Ireland First Division club Drogheda United. Doyle plays as a left-sided winger and has experience playing as a striker.

Career

Doyle began his senior career with University College Dublin A.F.C. on a soccer scholarship. He made his debut for the Students as a 19-year-old coming on as a second-half substitute during a 1–1 league draw against Shelbourne on 3 June 2005 at Belfield Park and he scored his first goal against the same opposition at the same venue the following season on 22 April 2006. Doyle earned a reputation as an attacking midfielder contributing 11 goals and numerous assists during his spell at Belfield Park before a leg-break in a league fixture against Sligo Rovers in 2007 curtailed that season. He also won two successive Dr. Tony O'Neill Under 21 League titles with UCD in both 2004 an…Read more on Wikipedia