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FRONTISPIECE

Bereavement Care

Within health and social care settings the range of staff who deal with people who have been bereaved or have some involvement with bereavement care is considerable, from those who give directions or information at front desks to those who deal with the immediate distress and those who may need to provide care for the bereaved at a later date. For some staff the involvement may be acute and short lived, for others long lasting and for most staff there will also be a personal component. The diagram below seeks to begin this report by highlighting broadly the range of staff involved and the present perceived lack of a systematic approach to developing bereavement care in Scotland.

BEREAVEMENT CARE

Hospital Medical Staff

Care Home staff

Mortuary Staff

Clinical Governance

Physiotherapists

Pharmacists

GPs

Learning Disability Nurses

Bereavement Coordinators

Hospital Nurses

School Nurses

Midwives

Receptionists

Spiritual Care

Ambulance Staff

Practice development

Porters

Administrative Staff

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Community Nurses

Volunteers

Occupational Therapist

Social Workers

Chaplains and faith groups

Palliative Care Services

Health Centre Staff

Psychologists

Opticians

Dentists

Catering

students

CPNs

Counsellors

Public Health

Practice Nurses

Psychiatrists

Shaping Bereavement Care 3

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