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Bakitas M., Stevens M, Ahles TA, Kirn M, Skalla K, Kane N and Greenberg ER
(for Project ENABLE staff). “Project ENABLE: A Palliative Care Demonstration
Project for Advanced Cancer Patients in 3 Settings: One Project of the Robert
Wood Johnson Foundation's "Promoting Excellence in End-of-Life Care.” Journal
of Palliative Medicine, 7(2): 363-372, 2004.
Bricker L, Lambing A, Markey C. “Enhancing Communication for End-of-Life
Care: An Electronic Advance Directive.” Journal of Palliative Medicine,
6(3): 511-519, 2003.
Bolden JL. “The Balm of Gilead Center: A Community of Caring at the
End-of-Life,” National Association of Public Hospitals: The Safety
13: 8-10, 1999.
Byock I and Twohig JS. “Expanding the Realm of the Possible.” Journal of Palliative Medicine, 6(2): 331-333, 2003.
Candilis PJ, Foti ME, Holzer J. “End-of-Life Care and Mental Illness:
A Model for Community Psychiatry and Beyond.” Community Mental Health
Journal, 40(1): 3-16, 2004.
Cohen LM. “Palliative Care for Patients Who Have Discontinued Dialysis,” Home
Health Care Consultant, 9:26-30, 2002.
DeCourtney CA, Jones K, Meriman M, Heavener N, Branch K. “Establishing
a Culturally Sensitive Palliative Care Program in Rural Alaska Native American
Communities.” Journal of Palliative Medicine, 6(3): 501-510, 2003.
Finke B and Bowannie T. “Palliative Care in the Pueblo of Zuni.” Journal
of Palliative Medicine, 7(1): 135-143, 2004.
Foti ME. “Do It Your Way: End of Life Care for Persons with Serious
Mental Illness – A Massachusetts Demonstration Project.” Journal
of Palliative Medicine, 6(4): 661-669, 2003.
Kvale EA, Williams BR, Bolden JL, Padgett CG, Bailey A. “The Balm of
Gilead Project: A Demonstration Project on End-of-Life Care for Safety-Net
Populations.” Journal of Palliative Medicine, 7(3): 486-493, 2004.
Lockhart CA, Volk-Craft BE, Hamilton G, Aiken L, and Williams FG. “The
PhoenixCare Program.” Journal of Palliative Medicine, 6(6): 1001-1012,
Meier D, Thar W, Jordon A, Goldhirsch S, Siu A, Morrison S. “Integrating
Case Management and Palliative Care.” Journal of Palliative Medicine,
7:119-134, 2004. www.capcmssm.org
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.
Pitorak EF, Armour MB and Sivec HD. “Project Safe Conduct Integrates
Palliative Goals into Comprehensive Cancer Care.” Journal of Palliative
Medicine, 6(4): 645-655, 2003.
Poppel D, Cohen L, Germain M. “The Renal Palliative Care Initiative.” Journal
of Palliative Medicine, 6: 321-326, 2003.
Rabow MW, Dibble SL, Pantilat SZ, McPhee SJ. “The Comprehensive Care
Team: A Controlled Trial of Outpatient Palliative Medicine Consultation.” Archives
of Internal Medicine, 164: 83-91, 2004.
Rabow MW, Petersen JJ, Schanche K, Dibble SL, McPhee SJ. “The Comprehensive
Care Team: A Description of a Controlled Trial of Care at the Beginning of
the End-of-Life.” Journal of Palliative Medicine, 6(3): 489-499, 2003.
Ratcliff M and Craig E. “The GRACE Project: Guiding End-of-Life Care
in Corrections 1998-2001.” Journal of Palliative Medicine, 7(3): 2004.
Rosenfeld K and Rasmussen J. “Palliative Care Management: A Veterans
Administration Demonstration Project.” Journal of Palliative Medicine,
Shega JW, Levin A, Hougham GW, Cox-Haley D, Luchins D, Hanrahan P, Stocking
CB, Sachs GA. "Palliative Excellence in Alzheimer Care Efforts (PEACE):
A Program Description." Journal of Palliative Medicine, 6(2): 315-320,
Stuart B, D’Onofrio CN, Boatman S, and Feigelman G. “CHOICES: Promoting
Early Access to End-of-Life Care Through Home-Based Transition Management.” Journal
of Palliative Medicine, 6(4): 671-683, 2003.
Toce SS and Collins MA. “The FOOTPRINTS SSM Model of Pediatric Palliative
Care.” Journal of Palliative Medicine, 6(6): 989-1000, 2004.
Tuch H, Parrish P, Romer A. “Integrating Palliative Care into Nursing
Homes.” Journal of Palliative Medicine, 6(2): 297-309, 2003.
Living and Healing During Life-Threatening Illness – An Executive Summary. Supportive Care of the Dying.
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.