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139 Index Page numbers in italics refer to figures. acceptance. See under stages of grief African Americans, 61, 90 American Cancer Society, 68 American Independent Movement, 20 American Journal of Nursing, 25 American Society for the Control of Cancer. See American Cancer Society American Way of Death, The, 22 Ariès, Philippe, 96 Atlantic Monthly, 22–­23 Auman, Frederick, 16 Awareness of Dying, 22 Ayd, Frank J., 23 Babies Hospital, 11, 13 Barnes, Julian, 108 Black, Ellen, 40–­ 41, 42 Blood (nurse), 57–­ 58, 59, 61 breast cancer movement, 69 Buckingham, Robert W., 111, 112 cancer, breast: attitudes toward illness, 69–­ 70; attitudes toward patients, 70; detection, 68–­ 69, 70; treatment, 69 Canny, Robert, 16, 107 Carson, Rachel, 44–­ 45 Catholicism, 11, 101 chemotherapy, 116 childbirth, 17, 19 chronic disease hospitals, 56 civil rights movement, 19–­ 20 Civil War, 7 Clark, David, 2 clergy, 101–­ 2, 107 Coffin, William Sloane, 20 Cohen, Ruth, 43–­ 51, 74, 91, 96 Collins, William F., Jr., 45–­ 48, 50–­ 51 Columbia-­ Presbyterian Hospital, 13 concealment, 24–­ 25, 35–­ 37, 38, 98–­ 99, 113 Connecticut Hospice. See Hospice Inc. Cornell Scott-­ Hill Health Center, 19, 31 Crile, George, Jr., 44–­ 45 death: acceptance, 114; denial, 114; idealization , 6–­ 7, 15; medicalization, 5–­ 6, 20–­ 24, 26, 37, 49, 115; as taboo, 21–­ 22, 28 Death and Identity, 22 “Death in the Family: The Impact on Children, A,” 110 “Death of a Young Man,The,” 25 denial. See under stages of grief depression. See under stages of grief Diers, Donna, 3, 14–­ 15, 33, 42, 89; background , 18; later career, 111; and “stages of grief” theory, 99 disclosure, 39–­40 Dobihal, Edward F., 99–­ 100, 102; background , 16; later career, 109–­ 10; and social change movements, 20 doctor-­ nurse relationship, 27, 30, 51, 113–­ 14 140 Index doctors: attitudes toward death, 5–­ 6, 24, 28, 30, 38, 40; attitudes toward patients, 49–­ 50; honesty with patients, 5, 24, 30, 98, 113; professionalism, 39 Duff, Raymond S., 15, 40 Durand, Annie, 41 empathy, 25–­ 26, 88, 93 families: attitudes toward death, 95; attitudes toward health care, 22–­ 23; and home care, 95–­ 97; and nurses, 57; support of, 88, 96; as unpaid caregivers, 97, 115–­16 Faust, Drew Gilpin, 7 Feifel, Henry, 21–­ 22 feminist movement, 69 Field, David, 2 Fischer, Janet, 37–­ 38, 40, 42–­ 43 Fletcher, Joseph, 23 Frank, Arthur W., 82 Freud, Anna, 13 Fulton, Robert, 22 funeral industry, 22 George Washington Hospital, 65 Gerrish, Maddy, 33 Glaser, Barney G., 22, 40, 89 Goldenberg, Ira S., 4, 16, 28, 29, 104; attitude toward death, 34, 105; background , 17–­ 18; and Ruth Cohen, 43–­ 48, 50–­ 51; concealment, 35–­ 37, 40–­ 43, 51, 98, 113; criticism of Florence Wald, 78, 90; honesty with patients, 37–­ 39, 72; later career, 110; management style, 31–­ 33, 114; and nursing homes, 94; patient relationships, 32, 34–­ 35, 39–­ 40; personal style, 51; personal traits, 38; prejudices, 35; and “stages of grief” theory, 85; and Marion Weber, 72, 74, 79, 80; and Susanna Weber, 74–­ 75; and Weber family, 86–­87 Graham, John B., 24 Grand, Sylvia, 91 grounded theory, 89 Halsted, William Stewart, 69 Harris, Gordon, 73 Hawkins, Lucia, 81, 94 health care: curative, 10, 26, 92, 93, 114, 115; palliative, 48, 91, 93; postmortem, 93; terminal, 4, 5, 8, 108 health insurance, 55, 59, 102, 113 Henderson, Virginia, 15 Henry Street Nurses Settlement, 11 Hill Health Center. See Cornell Scott-­ Hill Health Center Hill insurrection, 19–­ 20 Hirsch, Alice, 71, 73–­ 74, 76, 79, 91; and Florence Wald, 85–­ 86, 88 Hirsch, Mort, 74, 80 Hirschhorn, Larry, 39 holistic health movement, 19 Hollingshead, August B., 14, 40 home care, 56, 94, 112–­ 13; drawbacks, 95–­ 97; financial considerations, 97, 103; idealization, 97 hope, 43, 69–­ 71, 99, 114 Hospice Inc., 2, 109–­ 10 hospice movement, 109; achievements, 115; and established health care system, 1–­ 2, 6; foundation, 1–­ 2, 7 “Hospice Movement: Institutionalizing Innovation,The,” 1 hospices, 108; and doctor-­ nurse relationship , 113–­ 14; financial considerations, 97, 102, 115–­ 16; for-­ profit, 116; idealization , 111, 115 hospitalization, 5–­ 6, 62, 94–­ 95, 96, 111, 113; financial considerations, 80, 97, 116 Hunter 5, 48–­ 50 hypophysectomy, 44–­ 47, 50 ICUs. See intensive care units illness, acute, 55 illness, chronic, 26, 55 informed consent, 45, 49 intensive care units, 5, 21, 27, 111 “Interdisciplinary Study of Dying Patients and Their Families,” 2–­ 4; contradictions, 88; data presentation, Index 141 104–­ 8; interpretation, 90–­ 103, 116; purpose, 89–­ 90; and...

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9780813593951
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1038709850
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156
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2018-06-07
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