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Baltic T, Whedon MB, Ahles TA, Fanciullo G. “Improving Pain Management
in a Rural Area.” Cancer Practice, 10(1): S39-S44, 2002.
“Bringing Palliative Care Home to Patients Engaged in Clinical Trials:
An Interview with Joan Blais.” Innovations in End-of-Life Care 5(4):
Byock I and Miles S. “Hospice Benefits and Phase I Cancer Trials.” Annals
Esper PS, et al. “A new concept in cancer care: The supportive care
program.” American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care, 16: 713-722,
Esper PS, Hampton JN, Smith DC, Pienta KJ. “Quality of life evaluation
in patients receiving treatment for advanced prostate cancer.” Oncology
of Nursing Forum, 26: 107-112, 1999.
Pace JC and Stables JL. “Correlates of Spiritual Well-Being in Terminally
Ill Persons with AIDS and Terminally Ill Persons with Cancer.” Journal
of the Association of Nurses
Palliative Care Workgroup. ”Office of Promoting Excellence in End-of-Life Care: Report from the Field: Validated Outcome Measures of Quality of Life and Symptom Control for Cancer Patients Potentially Applicable to the Palliative Population.” Journal of the American College of Surgeons (JACS), 197(4): 673, 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.
Whedon MB. “Revisiting The Road Not Taken: Integrating Palliative Care
into Oncology Nursing.” Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 6(1): 27-33,
Improving Palliative Care for Cancer. Institute of Medicine and the National
Research Council. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 2000.
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.