STTI Book Provides Tips for Managing Pain and Physical Symptoms of Dying

Updated on February 4, 2015

The new STTI book, To Comfort Always: A Nurse’s Guide to End-of-Life Care, Second Edition, written by Linda Norlander, helps nurses navigate end-of-life care by answering poignant questions rarely answered with conviction in the health care industry. 

STTI’s newly revised version provides readers with additional tools and resources along with expanded content on chronic illness, dementia, care planning, clinical management, ethics, suffering, and grief to empower nurses to serve as an advocate for both the patient and family members. Norlander highlights easy and quick tips for managing emotional, mental and physical symptoms of pain. 


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