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Codden P, Toce S. “Applying Palliative Care Principles to Children at
the End of Life.” Care of the Dying: Supportive Voice, Fall 2000.
Cohen LM. ”Pulling the Plug.” Palliative and Supportive Care,
1(3): 2003. http://journals.cambridge.org
Cohen LM, Germain M, Poppel DM, Woods A, Kjellstrand CM. “Dialysis Discontinuation
and Palliative Care.” American Journal of Kidney Disease, 36(1): 140-144,
Crawley L, Payne R, Bolden J, Payne T, Washington P, Williams S. “Palliative
and End-of-Life Care in the African American Community.” Journal
of the American Medical Association, 284(19): 2518-2521, 2000.
Foti ME. “Do It Your Way: End of Life Care for Persons with Serious
Mental Illness – A Massachusetts Demonstration Project”. The
Journal of Palliative Medicine, 6: 661-669, 2003.
Holman GH and Forman WB. “On the 10th Anniversary of the American Academy
of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM): The First 10 Years.” American
Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, 18: 275-278, 2001.
Kitzes J. “Palliative Medicine: Facing Challenges Beyond a Cure.” Indian
Health Services Provider, 24(2): 23-25, 1999.
Lee MY, and Forman WB. “Palliative Care of the Geriatric Patient.” Internal
Medicine World Reports, May 15, 2001.
McSkimming S, Carney B and Lieberman C. “A Call to Care – Living
and Dying in Community.” Bioethics Forum.
McSkimming S, London M, Lieberman C, Geerling
E. “Improving Response
to Life-Threatening Illness.” Health Progress, 85(1): 26-33,
Norman M and Rabow MW. “Primary Care Clinician Challenges with End-of-Life
Care.” Journal of Palliative Medicine (Abstract),15(S1): 138, 2000.
Ogle KS, Bricker LJ, Lambing AY, Green DD, Winn B, Mishkin D. “Completing
a Life: An Interactive Multimedia Resource for Educating and Empowering Patients
and Family Education in End-of-Life Care.” Journal of Palliative
6(5): 841-850, 2003.
“Promoting Excellence in Caregiving.” Last Acts Newsletter, Spring
Rabow MW, Schanche K, Petersen JJ, Dibble SL, McPhee SJ. “Patient Perceptions
of An Outpatient Palliative Care Intervention: ‘It had been on my mind
before, but I did not know how to start talking about death’.” Journal
of Pain Symptom Management, 26:1010-1015, 2003.
Tuch H. “A Good Death.” The Journal of Palliative Medicine, 4;
Winn B. “Completing a Life – A Resource for Taking Charge, Finding Comfort & Reaching Closure.” Professional Interaction Design Portfolios, April 2002.
Byock I. Dying Well: The Prospect of Growth at the End-of-Life. Putnam/Riverhead 1997.
Byock I. The Four Things That Matter Most: A Book About Living. Free Press, 2004.
Heffner JE and Byock I (eds.). Palliative and End-of-Life Pearls. Philadelphia:Hanley and Belfus, Inc. 2002.
Staton J, Shuy R and Byock I. A Few Months to Live: Different Paths to Life’s End. Georgetown University Press, 2001.
Bakitas MA, Whedon MB and Stephany T. “Section Eight: End-of-Life Care.” In
Manual of Medical-Surgical Nursing Care: Nursing Interventions and Collaborative
Management, St. Louis: Mosby, 2002.
Cohen LM. “Planning of a Renal Palliative Care Program and Its Components.”
Cohen LM, Germain MJ.“Palliative and Supportive Care.” In Therapy
of Nephrology and
Cohen LM, Reiter G, Poppel D, Germain M. “Renal Palliative Care.” In
Poppel D and Cohen LM. “Renal.” In A Clinician’s Guide to
Palliative Care, Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing, Inc., 2003.
Whedon MB. “Improving End-of-Life Care: Hospitals.” In Oxford Textbook of Palliative Nursing, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.
The Core Principles for End-of-Life Care: Position Statement:2001.
American Psychiatric Association.
Living and Healing During Life-Threatening Illness. McSkimming SA, Super A,
Driever MJ, Schoessler M, Franey S.
"Bringing Palliative Care Home to Patients Engaged in Clinical Trials:
An Interview with Joan Blais.” Innovations in End-of-Life Care, 5(4):
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 families.