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Articles

Bakitas M, Hopkins S, Thomas IV C, Varma S, Fanciullo G. “Development of a Clinical Care Screening Tool to Assess Patient-Defined, Nonphysiological Palliative Care Needs.” Journal of Terminal Oncology, 2(2): 75-85, 2003.
(Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center)

Holmes S and Rabow MW. “The Role of Spiritual Care in the General Medicine Clinic.” Journal of Palliative Medicine, 15(S1): 71, 2000.
(University of California – San Francisco)

Norman M and Rabow MW. “Primary Care Clinician Challenges with End-of-Life Care.” Journal of Palliative Medicine, 15(S1): 138, 2000.
(University of California – San Francisco)

Petersen JJ, Schanche K, Rabow MW. “An Evaluation of ‘Introduction to Patient Care’ – A Course in Patient Advocacy and Interdisciplinary Care for 1st and 2nd Year Medical and Pharmacy Students.” Journal of Palliative Medicine, 15(S1): 220, 2000.
(University of California – San Francisco)

Rabow MW, Petersen JA, Schanche K. “Volunteer Patient Advocacy: An Interdisciplinary Course on Attending to Patients at the End of Life.” Journal of Palliative Medicine, 5: 754-755, 2002.
(University of California – San Francisco)

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: 489-499, 2003.
(University of California – San Francisco)

Rabow MW. “The Prevalence of Distressing Symptoms Among Selected Outpatients at the Beginning of the End of Life.” Journal of Palliative Medicine, (Abstract) 15(S1): 92, 2000.
(University of California – San Francisco)

Rabow MW and Petersen J. “The Influence of End-of-Life Care Experiences on Pre-Professional Attitudes Toward End-of-Life Care.” Journal of Palliative Medicine (Abstract) 16(S1): 106, 2001.
(University of California – San Francisco)

Rabow MW, Dibble SL, Pantilat SJ, McPhee SJ. “A Controlled Trial of Outpatient End-of-Life Care: Symptom Management and Health Care Utilization.” Journal of Palliative Medicine, (Abstract) 17(S1): 130.
(University of California – San Francisco)

Rabow MW, Dibble SL, Pantilat SJ, McPhee SJ. “The Comprehensive Care Team: A Controlled Trial of Outpatient Palliative Medicine Consultation.” Archives of Internal Medicine, January 2004; 164:83-91.
(University of California – San Francisco)

Taylor P. “Grief and Hospice Care for the Correctional Community: Training, Nurturing, and Mentoring of Staff.” Journal of Correctional Health Care: Special Issue: End-of-Life Care in Corrections, 9(2) Summer 2002.
(Volunteers of America, Inc.)

 

Books
Heffner J and Byock I. Palliative and End-of-Life Pearls. Philadelphia :Hanley and Belfus Inc. 2002.

 

Book Chapters
Skalla KA and Hamric A. “The Blended Role of the Clinical Nurse Specialist and Nurse Parctitioner.” In Advanced Nursing Practice 2nd Edition, Philadelphia: WB Saunders Co., 2000
(Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center)

 

Monographs
"Advanced Practice Nursing: Pioneering Practices in Palliative Care.Promoting Excellence in End-of-Life Care, July 2002

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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.