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Compassionate Cities Public Health and End-Of-Life Care
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Acknowledgements Preface 1.The Social Roots of Organised Care for the Dying 2. Current Approaches to End-of-Life Care 3. Theoretical Foundations of Compassionate Cities 4. Policies of Compassionate Cities 5. The Social Character of Compassionate Cities 6. Threats to Compassionate Cities 7. Implementation: Making it Happen 8. Action Strategies 9. The Future: A Third Wave Public Health? Bibliography

About the Author

Allan Kellehear is Professor of Palliative Care, and Director of the Palliative Care Unit, at La Trobe University, Australia.

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'Compassionate Cities is an extraordinary book in both conception and execution.' - Mortality, Vol. 11, No. 1, February 2006

' Professor Kellehear fuses two approaches which might normally be considered incompatible:The book offers an overview of the place of death and loss in modern societies; in addition it provides the steady pragmatism of a how to manual.' - Julie Clark, University of Glasgow, UK

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