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Byock I and Miles S. “Hospice Benefits and Phase I Cancer Trials.” Annals
Cohen LM, “Palliative Care for Patients Who Have Discontinued Dialysis,” Home
Cox-Hayley D, Muir JC, Stocking C, Hougham G, Sachs GA. "Not Ready for
Hospice: Characteristics of Patients in a Pre-Hospice Program." American
Journal of Hospice & Palliative Care, 18(6): 1-6, 2001.
Gaseau M. “Inmate Hospice: An Alternative for a Growing Elderly and
Chronically Ill Population.” The Corrections Connection, February, 1999.
Holman GH and Forman WB. “On the 10th Anniversary of the American Academy
of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM): The First 10 Years.” American
Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, 18: 275-278, 2001.
"Inpatient palliative care is the next frontier for hospice.” Hospice
Management Advisor, June 2001.
Ratcliff M. “Hospice in Prisons – The U.S. Experience.” Hospice
Information Bulletin, 2002. London: The Hospice Information Service, St Christopher’s
Ratcliff M and Cohn F. “Hospice with GRACE: Reforming Care for Terminally
Ill Inmates.” Corrections Today, February 2000.
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): 2002.
Townsend G. “Why Don’t More African American’s Utilize Hospice.” Last
Acts Newsletter, Winter 2001.
"Hospice Care Often Comes Late, Leaving People…No Time to Die.” The
Arizona Republic, Phoenix AZ, October 1, 2000.
“Inmates Begin Hospice Work,” Iowa City Press-Citizen, Oakdale,
Iowa, January 24, 2002.
“NCCHC Award Winners Lauded in 2001 National Conference: Program of
the Year Award: Hospice Program: Oregon State Penitentiary,” Correct
Care, Chicago, Illinois, Winter 2002.
“Oakdale Forms One-of-a-Kind Prison Hospice,” Iowa City Press-Citizen,
Oakdale, Iowa, January 28, 2002.
“Hospice Care is Not Just a Privilege for White People.” Townsend
GC. The Birmingham News. October 8, 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.