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    1. Bernat, JL
      Ethical and legal issues in palliative care

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

      NEUROLOGIC CLINICS
    3. Suikkala, A; Leino-Kilpi, H
      Nursing student-patient relationship: a review of the literature from 1984to 1998

      JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING
    4. Fakhoury, WKH; Wright, D; Wallace, M
      Prevalence and extent of distress of adverse effects of antipsychotics among callers to a United Kingdom National Mental Health Helpline

      INTERNATIONAL CLINICAL PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    5. Norman, A; Sisler, J; Hack, T; Harlos, M
      Family physicians and cancer care - Palliative care patients' perspectives

      CANADIAN FAMILY PHYSICIAN
    6. Wenger, NS; Rosenfeld, K
      Quality indicators for end-of-life care in vulnerable elders

      ANNALS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
    7. Bradley, EH; Cicchetti, DV; Fried, TR; Rousseau, DM; Johnson-Hurzeler, R; Kasl, SV; Horwitz, SM
      Attitudes about care at the end of life among clinicians: A quick, reliable, and valid assessment instrument

      JOURNAL OF PALLIATIVE CARE
    8. Ekblad, S; Marttila, A; Emilsson, M
      Cultural challenges in end-of-life care: reflections from focus groups' interviews with hospice staff in Stockholm

      JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING
    9. MacLeod, R
      Learning to care: a medical perspective

      PALLIATIVE MEDICINE
    10. Quill, TE
      Initiating end-of-life discussions with seriously ill patients - Addressing the "elephant in the room"

      JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    11. Rabow, MW; Hardie, GE; Fair, JM; McPhee, SJ
      End-of-life care content in 50 textbooks from multiple specialties

      JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    12. Stagno, SJ; Zhukovsky, DS; Walsh, D
      Bioethics: Communication and decision-making in advanced disease

      SEMINARS IN ONCOLOGY
    13. Cohen, LM; Steinberg, MD; Hails, KC; Dobscha, SK; Fischel, SV
      Psychiatric evaluation of death-hastening requests - Lessons from dialysisdiscontinuation

      PSYCHOSOMATICS
    14. Truog, RD; Burns, JP; Mitchell, C; Johnson, J; Robinson, W
      Pharmacologic paralysis and withdrawal of mechanical ventilation at the end of life.

      NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    15. Cantor, NL; Thomas, GC
      The legal bounds of physician conduct hastening death

      BUFFALO LAW REVIEW
    16. Roberts, ISD; Gorodkin, LM; Benbow, EW
      What is a natural cause of death? A survey of how coroners in England and Wales approach borderline cases

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PATHOLOGY
    17. Ruhnke, GW; Wilson, SR; Akamatsu, T; Kinoue, T; Takashima, Y; Goldstein, MK; Koenig, BA; Hornberger, JC; Raffin, TA
      Ethical decision making and patient autonomy - A comparison of physicians and patients in Japan and the United States

      CHEST
    18. Rose, JH; O'Toole, EE; Dawson, NV; Thomas, C; Connors, AF; Wenger, NS; Phillips, RS; Hamel, MB; Cohen, HJ; Lynn, J
      Age differences in care practices and outcomes for hospitalized patients with cancer

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN GERIATRICS SOCIETY
    19. Nelson, JE; Meier, DE
      Palliative care in the intensive care unit: Part II

      JOURNAL OF INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE
    20. Field, D; Addington-Hall, J
      Extending specialist palliative care to all?

      SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
    21. HALL P; HUPE D; SCOTT J
      PALLIATIVE CARE EDUCATION FOR COMMUNITY-BASED FAMILY PHYSICIANS - THEDEVELOPMENT OF A PROGRAM, THE EVALUATION, AND ITS CONSEQUENCES

      Journal of palliative care
    22. LATIMER EJ
      ETHICAL CARE AT THE END OF LIFE

      CMAJ. Canadian Medical Association journal
    23. RASMUSSEN BH; SANDMAN PO
      HOW PATIENTS SPEND THEIR TIME IN A HOSPICE AND IN AN ONCOLOGICAL UNIT

      Journal of advanced nursing
    24. MARTIN GW
      RITUAL ACTION AND ITS EFFECT ON THE ROLE OF THE NURSE AS ADVOCATE

      Journal of advanced nursing
    25. FAKHOURY WKH; MCCARTHY M
      CAN THE EXPERIENCE OF CARING AT HOME AFFECT CARERS RETROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF COMMUNITY CARE SERVICES

      Scandinavian journal of caring sciences
    26. PAYNE S
      TO SUPPLANT, SUPPLEMENT OR SUPPLEMENT OR SUPPORT - ORGANIZATIONAL ISSUES FOR HOSPICES

      Social science & medicine
    27. JASTREMSKI CA
      CARING FOR THE FAMILIES OF THOSE WHO DIE IN THE CRITICAL CARE UNIT

      Critical care medicine
    28. FAKHOURY WKH
      SATISFACTION WITH PALLIATIVE CARE - WHAT SHOULD WE BE AWARE OF

      International journal of nursing studies
    29. BROWN JB; SANGSTER M; SWIFT J
      FACTORS INFLUENCING PALLIATIVE CARE - QUALITATIVE STUDY OF FAMILY PHYSICIANS PRACTICES

      Canadian family physician
    30. SEALE C; KELLY M
      A COMPARISON OF HOSPICE AND HOSPITAL-CARE FOR PEOPLE WHO DIE - VIEWS OF THE SURVIVING SPOUSE

      Palliative medicine
    31. REITMAN JS
      THE DILEMMA OF MEDICAL FUTILITY - A WISDOM MODEL FOR DECISION-MAKING

      Issues in law & medicine
    32. MCQUILLAN R; FINLAY I; ROBERTS D; BRANCH C; FORBES K; SPENCER MG
      THE PROVISION OF A PALLIATIVE CARE SERVICE IN A TEACHING HOSPITAL ANDSUBSEQUENT EVALUATION OF THAT SERVICE

      Palliative medicine
    33. PUGH EMG
      AN INVESTIGATION OF GENERAL-PRACTITIONER REFERRALS TO PALLIATIVE CARESERVICES

      Palliative medicine
    34. DICKINSON GE; TOURNIER RE
      A DECADE BEYOND MEDICAL-SCHOOL - A LONGITUDINAL-STUDY OF PHYSICIANS ATTITUDES TOWARD DEATH AND TERMINALLY-ILL PATIENTS

      Social science & medicine
    35. KEAY TJ; FREDMAN L; TALER GA; DATTA S; LEVENSON SA
      INDICATORS OF QUALITY MEDICAL-CARE FOR THE TERMINALLY ILL IN NURSING-HOMES

      Journal of the American Geriatrics Society


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