This is what ‘caring for the carers’ looks like

Bereavement affects each of us differently, and few of us can anticipate how we will react when we lose a loved one. We can also never be sure how those around us will be affected, especially younger children experiencing death for the first time. This week’s Nursing Standard features a nurse who has developed a service that offers holistic care in the aftermath of death and should serve as a blueprint for commissioners to follow.

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