Discussing Palliative Care With Patients
Annals of Internal Medicine. 1999 May 4; 130(9): 744-749.
Advance Care Planning; Aged; Cancer; Case Studies; Communication; Empathy; Family Members; Heart Diseases; Home Care; Hospices; Palliative Care; Patient Care; Patient Participation; Patients; Physician Patient Relationship; Physicians; Professional Patient Relationship; Religion; Terminal Care; Values;
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Lo, Bernard; Quill, Timothy; Tulsky, James (American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine. End-of-Life Care Consensus Panel, 1999-05-04)
Lo, Bernard; Ruston, Delaney; Kates, Laura W.; Arnold, Robert M.; Cohen, Cynthia B.; Faber-Langendoen, Kathy; Pantilat, Steven Z.; Puchalski, Christina M.; Quill, Timothy R.; Rabow, Michael W.; Schreiber, Simeon; Sulmasy, Daniel P.; Tulsky, James A. (Working Group on Religious and Spiritual Issues at the End of Life, 2002-02-13)As patients near the end of life, their spiritual and religious concerns may be awakened or intensified. Many physicians, however, feel unskilled and uncomfortable discussing these concerns. This article suggests how ...
A Consensus-Based Approach to Providing Palliative Care to Patients Who Lack Decision-Making Capacity Karlawish, Jason H.T.; Quill, Timothy; Meier, Diane E. (American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine [ACP-ASIM]. End-of-Life Care Consensus Panel, 1999-05-18)Making palliative care decisions for a patient who lacks decision-making capacity presents several challenges. Other people, such as family and caregivers, must choose for the patient. The goals and values of these decision ...