Care during the shock period



Academics and practitioners explore and give best practice advice about what should, and what should not, be undertaken by support workers during the critical first three months of support for people affected by a sudden, or too-soon death in the family following an event such as road crashes, murder, suicide) or a medical cause (such as COVID-19 or a stroke) to give these vulnerable people the best chance of avoiding long-term medical conditions such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Prolonged Grief Disorder or Persistent Complex Bereavement Disorder.

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