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    1. Williams, RV
      Semibullvalenes and related molecules: Ever closer approaches to neutral homoaromaticity

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    2. Sanden, I; Linell, P; Starkhammar, H; Larsson, US
      Routinization and sensitivity: interaction in oncological follow-up consultations

      HEALTH
    3. Sullivan, K; O'Conor, F
      Should a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease be disclosed?

      AGING & MENTAL HEALTH
    4. De Valck, C; Bruynooghe, R; Bensing, JM; Kerssens, JJ; Hulsman, RL
      Cue-responding in a simulated bad news situation: Exploring a stress hypothesis

      JOURNAL OF HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
    5. Young, JL; O'Riordan, M; Goldstein, JA; Robin, NH
      What information do parents of newborns with cleft lip, palate, or both want to know?

      CLEFT PALATE-CRANIOFACIAL JOURNAL
    6. Sawyer, SM; Tully, MAM; Colin, AA
      Reproductive and sexual health in males with cystic fibrosis: A case for health professional education and training

      JOURNAL OF ADOLESCENT HEALTH
    7. Strang, S; Strang, P; Ternestedt, BM
      Existential support in brain tumour patients and their spouses

      SUPPORTIVE CARE IN CANCER
    8. Vegni, E; Zannini, L; Visioli, S; Moja, EA
      Giving bad news: a GPs' narrative perspective

      SUPPORTIVE CARE IN CANCER
    9. Schofield, PE; Beeney, LJ; Thompson, JF; Butow, PN; Tattersall, MHN; Dunn, SM
      Hearing the bad news of a cancer diagnosis: The Australian melanoma patient's perspective

      ANNALS OF ONCOLOGY
    10. Buckman, R
      Communication skills in palliative care - A practical guide

      NEUROLOGIC CLINICS
    11. Coyle, N; Schachter, S; Carver, AC
      Terminal care and bereavement

      NEUROLOGIC CLINICS
    12. Yardley, SJ; Davis, CL; Sheldon, F
      Receiving a diagnosis of lung cancer: patients' interpretations, perceptions and perspectives

      PALLIATIVE MEDICINE
    13. Goncalves, JF; Castro, S
      Diagnosis disclosure in a Portuguese oncological centre

      PALLIATIVE MEDICINE
    14. Reich, M; Deschamps, C; Ulaszewski, AL; Horner-Vallet, D
      Disclosure of a cancer diagnosis: paradoxes and misunderstandings

      REVUE DE MEDECINE INTERNE
    15. Ptacek, JT; Ptacek, JJ; Ellison, NM
      "I'm sorry to tell you ..." - Physicians' reports of breaking bad news

      JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE
    16. Curtis, JR; Patrick, DL; Shannon, SE; Treece, PD; Engelberg, RA; Rubenfeld, GD
      The family conference as a focus to improve communication about end-of-life care in the intensive care unit: Opportunities for improvement

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    17. Brous, PA; Datar, V; Kini, O
      Is the market optimistic about the future earnings of seasoned equity offering firms?

      JOURNAL OF FINANCIAL AND QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS
    18. Kiran, B; Nguyen, MT
      From localized to delocalized annulenes: how ring strain enhances delocalization in higher annulenes

      CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS
    19. Wenrich, MD; Curtis, JR; Shannon, SE; Carline, JD; Ambrozy, DM; Ramsey, PG
      Communicating with dying patients within the spectrum of medical care fromterminal diagnosis to death

      ARCHIVES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
    20. Colletti, L; Gruppen, L; Barclay, M; Stern, D
      Teaching students to break bad news

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SURGERY
    21. Fazili, J; Ilagan, M; Phipps, E; Braitman, LE; Levine, GM
      How gastroenterologists inform patients of results after lower endoscopy

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY
    22. Oliver, RC; Sturtevant, JP; Scheetz, JP; Fallat, ME
      Beneficial effects of a hospital bereavement intervention program after traumatic childhood death

      JOURNAL OF TRAUMA-INJURY INFECTION AND CRITICAL CARE
    23. Bartel, DA; Engler, AJ; Natale, JE; Misra, V; Lewin, AB; Joseph, JG
      Working with families of suddenly and critically ill children - Physician experiences

      ARCHIVES OF PEDIATRICS & ADOLESCENT MEDICINE
    24. Chitayat, D; Babul-Hirji, R
      Genetic counselling in prenatally diagnosed non-chromosomal fetal abnormalities

      CURRENT OPINION IN OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY
    25. Hasnat, MJ; Graves, P
      Disclosure of developmental disability: A study of paediatricians' practices

      JOURNAL OF PAEDIATRICS AND CHILD HEALTH
    26. Hasnat, MJ; Graves, P
      Disclosure of developmental disability: A study of parent satisfaction andthe determinants of satisfaction

      JOURNAL OF PAEDIATRICS AND CHILD HEALTH
    27. Van der Molen, B
      Relating information needs to the cancer experience. 2. Themes from six cancer narratives

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER CARE
    28. Grassi, L; Giraldi, T; Messina, EG; Magnani, K; Valle, E; Cartei, G
      Physicians' attitudes to and problems with truth-telling to cancer patients

      SUPPORTIVE CARE IN CANCER
    29. Fallowfield, LJ
      How to improve the communication skills of oncologists

      ANNALS OF ONCOLOGY
    30. Rudnick, A; Ezra, Y; Melamed, E
      Breaking bad news and personality assessment

      PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING
    31. Ong, LML; Visser, MRM; Lammes, FB; van der Velden, J; Kuenen, BC; de Haes, JCJM
      Effect of providing cancer patients with the audiotaped initial consultation on satisfaction, recall, and quality of life: A randomized, double-blindstudy

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ONCOLOGY
    32. Dunniece, U; Slevin, E
      Nurses' experiences of being present with a patient receiving a diagnosis of cancer

      JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING
    33. Friedrichsen, MJ; Strang, PM; Carlsson, ME
      Cancer patients' perceptions of their participation and own resources after receiving information about discontinuation of active tumour treatment

      ACTA ONCOLOGICA
    34. Svensson, J
      Is the bad news principle for real?

      ECONOMICS LETTERS
    35. Ablon, J
      Parents' responses to their child's diagnosis of neurofibromatosis 1

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL GENETICS
    36. Silver, P
      Teaching physicians about end-of-life issues: We need to do a better job

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    37. Williams, AG; O'Brien, DL; Laughton, KJ; Jelinek, GA
      Improving services to bereaved relatives in the emergency department: making healthcare more human

      MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA
    38. Ivanov, PM
      Molecular mechanics (MM3) study of the conformations of methyl esters and N,N-dimethylamides of diastereoisomeric 4-cyano-3,4-diphenyl-butanoic acids

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR STRUCTURE
    39. Buckman, R
      One example is worth a million words

      CANADIAN FAMILY PHYSICIAN
    40. Wenger, NS; Phillips, RS; Teno, JM; Oye, RK; Dawson, NV; Liu, HH; Califf, R; Layde, P; Hakim, R; Lynn, J
      Physician understanding of patient resuscitation preferences: Insights andclinical implications

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN GERIATRICS SOCIETY
    41. Priyakumar, UD; Sastry, GN
      Structures, energetics, relative stabilities, and out-of-plane distortivities of skeletally disubstituted benzenes, (CH)(4)X-2 (X = N, P, C-, Si-, O+, and S+): An ab initio and DFT study

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    42. Kawataki, M
      Ethical issues and decision-making in fetal cardiology

      PEDIATRICS INTERNATIONAL
    43. van der Molen, B
      Relating information needs to the cancer experience: 1. Information as a key coping strategy

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER CARE
    44. Maguire, P
      Improving communication with cancer patients (Reprinted from Eur J Cancer,vol 35, pg 1415-1422, 1999)

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER
    45. Fallowfield, L; Jenkins, V
      Effective communication skills are the key to good cancer care

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER
    46. Maguire, P
      Improving communication with cancer patients

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER
    47. Ptacek, JT; Fries, EA; Eberhardt, TL; Ptacek, JJ
      Breaking bad news to patients: physicians' perceptions of the process

      SUPPORTIVE CARE IN CANCER
    48. Thomas, R; Thornton, H; Mackay, J
      Patient information materials in oncology: Are they needed and do they work?

      CLINICAL ONCOLOGY
    49. Kiss, A
      Communication skills training in oncology: A position paper

      ANNALS OF ONCOLOGY
    50. Gattellari, M; Butow, PN; Tattersall, MHN; Dunn, SM; MacLeod, CA
      Misunderstanding in cancer patients: Why shoot the messenger?

      ANNALS OF ONCOLOGY
    51. Girgis, A; Sanson-Fisher, RW; Schofield, MJ
      Is there consensus between breast cancer patients and providers on guidelines for breaking bad news?

      BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE
    52. Smith, AF; Shelly, MP
      Communication skills for anesthesiologists

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA-JOURNAL CANADIEN D ANESTHESIE
    53. Ellis, PM; Tattersall, MHN
      How should doctors communicate the diagnosis of cancer to patients?

      ANNALS OF MEDICINE
    54. Stewart, AE
      Complicated bereavement and posttraumatic stress disorder following fatal car crashes: Recommendations for death notification practice

      DEATH STUDIES
    55. Macnab, AJ; Richards, J; Green, G
      Family-oriented care during pediatric inter-hospital transport

      PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING
    56. Cardozo, LJ; Afonso, NM; Aranha, ANF; Baker, MV; Eggly, SS; Mascarenhas, OAJ; Robertson, RS
      The ethics of information disclosure in HIV disease and cancer: a study ofmedical residents attitudes

      PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING
    57. Weber, M; Werner, A; Nehring, C; Tentrup, FJ
      Breaking bad news. A practical approach

      MEDIZINISCHE KLINIK
    58. Blasco, PA; Kohen, H; Shapland, C
      Parents-as-teachers: design and establishment of a training programme for paediatric residents

      MEDICAL EDUCATION
    59. Lederberg, MS
      Disentangling ethical and psychological issues - A guide for oncologists

      ACTA ONCOLOGICA
    60. Carmel, S
      Life-sustaining treatments: what doctors do, what they want for themselvesand what elderly persons want

      SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
    61. Hunfeld, JAM; Leurs, A; De Jong, M; Oberstein, ML; Tibben, A; Wladimiroff, JW; Wildschut, HIJ; Passchier, J
      Prenatal consultation after a petal anomaly scan: Videotaped exploration of physician's attitude and patient's satisfaction

      PRENATAL DIAGNOSIS
    62. Miller, RG; Rosenberg, JA; Gelinas, DF; Mitsumoto, H; Newman, D; Sufit, R; Borasio, GD; Bradley, WG; Bromberg, MB; Brooks, BR; Kasarskis, EJ; Munsat, TL; Oppenheimer, EA
      Practice parameter: The care of the patient with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (an evidence-based review)

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    63. Greenberg, LW; Ochsenschlager, D; O'Donnell, R; Mastruserio, J; Cohen, GJ
      Communicating bad news: A pediatric department's evaluation of a simulatedintervention

      PEDIATRICS
    64. Silani, V; Borasio, GD
      Honesty and hope: announcement of diagnosis in ALS

      NEUROLOGY
    65. Miller, RG; Rosenberg, JA; Gelinas, NF; Mitsumoto, H; Newman, D; Sufit, R; Borasio, GD; Bradley, WG; Bromberg, MB; Brooks, BR; Kasarskis, EJ; Munsat, TL; Oppenheimer, EA
      Practice parameter: The care of the patient with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (an evidence-based review) - Report of the Quality Standards Subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology

      NEUROLOGY
    66. Kim, MK; Alvi, A
      Breaking the bad news of cancer: The patient's perspective

      LARYNGOSCOPE
    67. Miller, SJ; Hope, T; Talbot, DC
      The development of a structured rating schedule (the BAS) to assess skillsin breaking bad news

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANCER
    68. McConnell, D; Butow, PN; Tattersall, MHN
      Audiotapes and letters to patients: the practice and views of oncologists,surgeons and general practitioners

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANCER
    69. Huang, X; Butow, P; Meiser, B; Goldstein, D
      Attitudes and information needs of Chinese migrant cancer patients and their relatives

      AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    70. Cuttini, M; Rebagliato, M; Bortoli, P; Hansen, G; de Leeuw, R; Lenoir, S; Persson, J; Reid, M; Schroell, M; de Vonderweid, U; Kaminski, M; Lenard, H; Orzalesi, M; Saracci, R
      Parental visiting, communication, and participation in ethical decisions: a comparison of neonatal unit policies in Europe

      ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD
    71. Justice, AC; Covinsky, KE; Berlin, JA
      Assessing the generalizability of prognostic information

      ANNALS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
    72. Wharton, RH; Schalick, WO
      From recovery through rehabilitation: You can get there from here

      NEW HORIZONS-THE SCIENCE AND PRACTICE OF ACUTE MEDICINE
    73. Levetown, M
      Palliative care in the intensive care unit

      NEW HORIZONS-THE SCIENCE AND PRACTICE OF ACUTE MEDICINE
    74. GIRGIS A; SANSONFISHER RW
      BREAKING BAD-NEWS 1 - CURRENT BEST ADVICE FOR CLINICIAN

      Behavioral medicine
    75. WALSH RA; GIRGIS A; SANSONFISHER RW
      BREAKING BAD-NEWS 2 - WHAT EVIDENCE IS AVAILABLE TO GUIDE CLINICIAN

      Behavioral medicine
    76. CAMPBELL EM; SANSONFISHER RW
      BREAKING BAD-NEWS 3 - ENCOURAGING THE ADOPTION OF BEST PRACTICES

      Behavioral medicine
    77. MOSS SE; MARTINKO MJ
      THE EFFECTS OF PERFORMANCE ATTRIBUTIONS AND OUTCOME DEPENDENCE ON LEADER FEEDBACK BEHAVIOR FOLLOWING POOR SUBORDINATE PERFORMANCE

      Journal of organizational behavior
    78. ZILLMANN D; TAYLOR K; LEWIS K
      NEWS AS NONFICTION THEATER - HOW DISPOSITIONS TOWARD THE PUBLIC CAST OF CHARACTERS AFFECT REACTIONS

      Journal of broadcasting & electronic media
    79. NEKOLAICHUK CL; BRUERA E
      ON THE NATURE OF HOPE IN PALLIATIVE CARE

      Journal of palliative care
    80. KING SM; WATSON H; HEURTER H; RICKETTS M; ELSAADANY S
      NOTIFYING PATIENTS EXPOSED TO BLOOD PRODUCTS ASSOCIATED WITH CREUTZFELDT-JAKOB-DISEASE - THEORETICAL RISK FOR REAL PEOPLE

      CMAJ. Canadian Medical Association journal
    81. Salander, P; Bergenheim, AT; Bergstrom, P; Henriksson, R
      How to tell cancer patients: A contribution to a theory of communicating the diagnosis

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOSOCIAL ONCOLOGY
    82. OKAMURA H; UCHITOMI Y; SASAKO M; EGUCHI K; KAKIZOE T
      GUIDELINES FOR TELLING THE TRUTH TO CANCER-PATIENTS

      Japanese Journal of Clinical Oncology
    83. OLSEN JC; BUENEFE ML; FALCO WD
      DEATH IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

      Annals of emergency medicine
    84. FREESE J; MAYNARD DW
      PROSODIC FEATURES OF BAD-NEWS AND GOOD-NEWS IN CONVERSATION

      Language in society

    85. BTS RECOMMENDATIONS TO RESPIRATORY PHYSICIANS FOR ORGANIZING THE CAREOF PATIENTS WITH LUNG-CANCER - INTRODUCTION

      Thorax
    86. ULLRICH G
      CLARIFICATION OF DIAGNOSIS IN PEDIATRICS - SPECIAL FEATURES AND POSSIBILITIES

      Monatsschrift fur Kinderheilkunde
    87. Borasio, GD; Sloan, R; Pongratz, DE
      Breaking the news in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    88. KOH T; JARVIS C
      PROMOTING EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION IN NEONATAL INTENSIVE-CARE UNITS BYAUDIOTAPING DOCTOR-PARENT CONVERSATIONS

      International journal of clinical practice
    89. BURTON MV; PARKER RW
      PSYCHOLOGICAL-ASPECTS OF CANCER-SURGERY - SURGEONS ATTITUDES AND OPINIONS

      Psycho-oncology
    90. LOGE JH; KAASA S; HYTTEN K
      DISCLOSING THE CANCER-DIAGNOSIS - THE PATIENTS EXPERIENCES

      European journal of cancer
    91. POLIFKA JE; FAUSTMAN EM; NEIL N
      WEIGHING THE RISKS AND THE BENEFITS - A CALL FOR THE EMPIRICAL-ASSESSMENT OF PERCEIVED TERATOGENIC RISK

      Reproductive toxicology
    92. WU AW; CAVANAUGH TA; MCPHEE SJ; LO B; MICCO GP
      TO TELL THE TRUTH - ETHICAL AND PRACTICAL ISSUES IN DISCLOSING MEDICAL MISTAKES TO PATIENTS

      Journal of general internal medicine
    93. BISHARA E; LOEW F; FOREST MI; RAPIN CH
      IS THERE A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING AND PATIENT-CARERS CONSENSUS - A CLINICAL PILOT-STUDY

      Journal of palliative care
    94. HOPWOOD P
      PSYCHOLOGICAL ISSUES IN CANCER GENETICS - CURRENT RESEARCH AND FUTUREPRIORITIES

      Patient education and counseling
    95. OJANLATVA A; VANDENBUSSCHE C; HELDT H; HORTE A; HAGGBLOM TM; KERO J; KAHKONEN J; MOTTONEN M; SARASTE A; TURUNEN T
      THE USE OF PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING IN DEALING WITH CULTURAL MINORITY-GROUPS

      Patient education and counseling
    96. VINCENT JL
      COMMUNICATION IN THE ICU

      Intensive care medicine
    97. LEVINSON W; ROTER DL; MULLOOLY JP; DULL VT; FRANKEL RM
      PHYSICIAN-PATIENT COMMUNICATION - THE RELATIONSHIP WITH MALPRACTICE CLAIMS AMONG PRIMARY-CARE PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association
    98. DURBIN M
      FROM BOTH SIDES NOW - A PARENT-PHYSICIANS VIEW OF PARENT-DOCTOR RELATIONSHIPS DURING PEDIATRIC CANCER-TREATMENT

      Pediatrics
    99. GIRGIS A; SANSONFISHER RW; MCCARTHY WH
      COMMUNICATING WITH PATIENTS - SURGEONS PERCEPTIONS OF THEIR SKILLS AND NEED FOR TRAINING

      Australian and New Zealand journal of surgery
    100. KEADY J
      THE EXPERIENCE OF DEMENTIA - A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE AND IMPLICATIONS FOR NURSING PRACTICE

      Journal of clinical nursing


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