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A self-care plan for hospice workers.

Am J Hosp Palliat Care. 2005 Mar-Apr;22(2):125-8.
A self-care plan for hospice workers.
‘Jones SH.
School of Social Work, Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas, USA.’

Caring for dying patients and their families is a fulfilling, enriching, and meaningful experience. It can also be extremely stressful. Maintaining the balance between the output and input of energy in a caregiver’s professional and personal life is an ongoing process. Clinical staff members often formulate plans of care for patients. To prevent worker burnout, hospice caregivers must develop a plan of self-care to balance their own needs with the needs of their patients. The goal of this article is to provide an overview of ways for hospice caregivers to relieve stress and develop an individualized self-care plan within the context of their work.
MeSH Terms: Adaptation, Psychological* – Burnout, Professional/prevention & control* – Caregivers/psychology* – Empathy – Hospice Care/methods* – Hospice Care/psychology – Hospices/manpower – Hospices/organization & administration* – Humans – Patient Care
Publication Types: Review – Review, Tutorial

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