CREATED ON 14th July 2019
COMPLETED ON 18th July 2019
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social workers roles in terminal illness

Reflect on your understanding of terminal illness and its impact on patients and families. Consider your role as a social worker supporting terminally ill patients and their families. In 2-3 pages formatted in the style appropriate to your discipline address the following: Discuss the historical and societal changes in attitudes towards end of life care Describe the ways in which social work practice has changed and reflected these societal changes Discuss the psychosocial needs of individuals diagnosed with cancer or terminal diseases Discuss at least two ways social workers are prepared to address the psychosocial needs of oncology patients
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