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Author 陳慶餘 ; 釋宗惇 ; 釋惠敏 ; 釋德嘉 ; 釋慧岳
Source 安寧療護=Taiwan Journal of Hospice Palliative Care
Volumev.13 n.2 (總號=n.48)
Pages168 - 184
Location臺北縣, 臺灣 [Taipei hsien, Taiwan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Keyword安寧緩和醫療=hospice palliative care; 預期性悲傷=anticipatory grief; 靈性照顧=spiritual care; 佛法=Buddha Dharma; 臨床佛教宗教師=clinical Buddhist chaplain

In hospice palliative care, family's anticipated grief for the coming death of terminal cancer patients always hindered the patient from preparation of good death but also interrupted clinical care by palliative team members. We need to break the blindness (無明) and approach on the uncertainty (無常). Usually in literature about taking care of emotional reaction from foreseeable loved loss, the counseling subject of this anticipated care was focused on the family. While with Buddha Dharma practice(佛法), we turn the family focus into patient centered. Obviously patient's fear of death and family's anticipatory grief become two important spiritual issues. The best way to release patient’s family from entanglement is to alternate and transfer their grief into the power of blessings and support the patient for good death. In this study, we used case reports to highlight the important role of clinical Buddhist chaplains to take care of the terminal patients and demonstrate how to ameliorate the family's anticipatory grief. We apply the twelve links in the chain of existence ”十二因緣法” of Buddha Dharma to clarify family's sufferings using expedient” and supreme approaches (”方便法門” and ”究竟法門”). For clinical guidance of the family, we take advantage of expedient path in order to ameliorate their grief into blessings and empower them to prepare good death for patients. We have concluded the anticipatory grief care into three clinical tasks: to support the patient for good death; to extend life education to the family and to implement the Buddha Dharma in daily practice.
Table of contents前言 169
文獻回顧 169
定義 169
預期性悲傷的輔導與評估 170
佛法悲傷理論與輔導 171
臨床預期性悲傷之診斷 173
個案報告與分析 174
個案一 174
個案一分析 176
個案二 177
個案二分析 179
臨床佛教宗教師的角色 179
討論 180
協助病人善終 181
對家屬進行「生與死的教育」 181
症狀控制期的生命教育 181
多重器官系統衰竭期的生死教育 181
生命現象終止期的死亡教育 181
緣起法則之體會 182
誌謝 182
參考文獻 182
ISSN18127266 (P); 18127266 (E)
Created date2009.07.23
Modified date2019.12.16

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