Religious Diversity in End of Life Care: A Handbook on Caring for Jewish, Christian and Muslim Patients

Our Religious Diversity in End of Life Care handbook was written with the support of medical and religious experts and developed through our experiences training healthcare workers and volunteers in hospices and other end of life settings, as well as our research on end of life care during the COVID-19 pandemic. Through succinct introductions, it raises awareness of how Jewish, Muslim, and Christian people and those close to them may approach the end of life, and how care for them can be sensitive and appropriate. Through a series of case studies, it provides opportunities for reflection on best practice in end of life care.



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