Confusion and Terminal Restlessness
Confusion is far more likely to be due to physical causes.
Opportunities for Psychologists in Palliative Care
n this article we describe hospice or end-of-life care as a subgroup of the larger field of palliative care and briefly identify the venues in which palliative care is commonly provided. We then outline competencies needed for ethical and effective psychological practice with patients and families at all stages of serious illness, and we provide strategies to assist psychologists in acquiring these competencies.