NOTE: Some listings include a link to a related Promoting
Excellence demonstration project.
* HIV Care: An Agenda for Change: HIV/AIDS Workgroup Recommendations
to the Field – Appendix
the Continuum of ALS Care, Appendix B
· Psychosocial Care, Bereavement, Spirituality,
· Caregivers and Quality of Life
Indian Elder Caregiver – Newsletter of the New Mexico Geriatric Education
Center, Albuquerque, NM: Quarterly issues
(University of New
Rabetoy CP and Cohen LM. “Integrating Palliative Care into Dialysis Treatment:
An American Perspective.” In Towards a Closer Understanding: A
Psycho/Social Handbook For All Renal Care Workers, Dingwall RR (ed.). Luzern, Switzerland:
EDTNA/ERCA Postfach 3052, 2003.
(Baystate Medical Center)
Ashford R. “Personal Reflections of a Palliative Care Volunteer.” Innovations
in End of Life Care, September 2001.
Hospital/Balm of Gilead)
Rabow MW, Petersen JA, Schanche K. “Volunteer Patient Advocacy: An Interdisciplinary
Course on Attending to Patients at the End of Life.” Journal of
Palliative Medicine, 5: 754-755, 2002.
(University of California – San Francisco)
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Promoting Excellence in End-of-Life Care was a
national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation dedicated to long-term
changes in health care
institutions to substantially improve care for dying people and their