The Compassionate Management of a Death
What duties remain for clinicians after the patient has died?
What is it about the nature of Anorexia nervosa that make fatal outcomes so particularly hard to process?
When death is the expected outcome, how might the situation be managed?
What is the role of Senior professionals in dealing with a death?
Who are the people who most need help?
What is the role of independent outside experts? How can professionals best use adverse event and critical Incident reviews?
What expectations should we have about the process of grieving such a death, and how can it be facilitated rather than inflamed?
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