This is an excellent book written by 2 people with extensive experience in the field of grief. It is a thoughtful and well-written review of the authors' combined experiences in the treatment and research of grief.
This book is a "must read" for all medical practitioners and students. We spend so much time learning to diagnose and treat various diseases but we rarely are taught about the grief that surrounds a death. These days the news media are filled with details of disasters and death, so a more complete understanding of grief could be helpful for the lay public as well.
Tippins J. The Many Faces of Bereavement: The Nature and Treatment of Natural, Traumatic, and Stigmatized Grief. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 1998;152(9):933. doi:
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