Family Focused Grief Therapy: A Model of Family-Centered Care during Palliative Care and Bereavement

By David W. Kissane; Sidney Bloch | Go to book overview

Acknowledgements
The authors gratefully acknowledge the work of
Our research assistants, Maria McKenzie and Imogen O'Neill, who have played a vital role in coordinating the Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT) through screening consecutive families, recruiting those eligible for the study, conducting baseline and follow-up interviews of family members and entering the data for analysis. Their commitment and conscientiousness have been admirable and matched by their congeniality.
The family therapists, Kate Cogan, Barbara Donnelly, Ester Elbaz, Barbara Friday, Rose Heard, Marilyn Kenny, Barbara Kessel, Maria McCarthy, Anna McDowall, Rochelle Nitzan, Geraldine Paine, Penny Sanderson, Carmel Spottiswood, Julie Stainmagen, Anne Strong and Judith Zuliani, who have worked actively with families during the RCT and made a sterling contribution to the peer review process. We are indebted to them for their skill and dedication.
The other staff of the Centre for Palliative Care who have contributed to a creative and rewarding atmosphere, especially our secretaries Marieta Carr, Belinda Mahoney, Jennifer Decolongon, Pearl Pinto and Courtney Du Toit, all of whom have helped at different stages with the preparation of the manuscript.
And senior collaborators Dean McKenzie and David Dowe, who have ably assisted with statistical analyses and exercised patience as we tried to 'learn the ropes'.

We thank the many clinical colleagues, who have cooperated with us over several years in referring families for treatment, and their parent institutions, who gave ethical approval and also allowed us access to their patients – Bethlehem Hospital, Caritas Christi Hospice, Eastern Palliative Care,

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