Joseph S Weiner
Affiliation: Long Island Jewish Medical Center
- Avoiding iatrogenic harm to patient and family while discussing goals of care near the end of lifeJoseph S Weiner
Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Departments of Medicine and Psychiatry, New Hyde Park, NY 11040, USA
J Palliat Med 9:451-63. 2006..Such communication is particularly important near the end of life, because many medical decisions are determined then by emotional considerations and personal values...
- Three principles to improve clinician communication for advance care planning: overcoming emotional, cognitive, and skill barriersJoseph S Weiner
Long Island Jewish Medical Center, New Hyde Park, New York, USA
J Palliat Med 7:817-29. 2004....
- ACare: a communication training program for shared decision making along a life-limiting illnessJoseph S Weiner
Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Program in the Patient Doctor Relationship, Department of Medicine, 400 Lakeville Road, Room 101, New Hyde Park, NY 11040, USA
Palliat Support Care 2:231-41. 2004....
- Manualized communication interventions to enhance palliative care research and training: rigorous, testable approachesJoseph S Weiner
Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Department of Medicine, New Hyde Park, NY 11040, USA
J Palliat Med 9:371-81. 2006..The advantages of manualized communication approaches; some concepts underlying manual construction; and challenges to extending manualized communication to the palliative care domain are discussed...
- Is Mrs S depressed? Diagnosing depression in the cancer patientMark A Hoffman
Division of Hematology Oncology and the Palliative Care Service of the Department of Medicine, and of Long Island Jewish Hospital campus of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New Hyde Park, NY, USA
J Clin Oncol 25:2853-6. 2007
- Two-year evaluation of the logic model for developing a psycho-oncology serviceTomer Levin
Psycho Oncology Program of Long Island Jewish Medical Center, New Hyde Park, New York 11040, USA
Psychiatr Serv 55:427-33. 2004..The objective of this study was to test whether reorganizing a psycho-oncology service in a planned and focused manner would maximize the achievement of coherent developmental goals...
- Determinants of trust in the patient-oncologist relationshipNagashree Seetharamu
New York University Medical Center, New York, New York, USA
Palliat Support Care 5:405-9. 2007..To enable the oncologist to better form a trusting relationship with the patient, this article describes four factors that influence patient trust...
- Physician cultural sensitivity in African American advance care planning: a pilot studyMervin P Wallace
Department of Geriatrics, North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System, New Hyde Park, New York 11040, USA
J Palliat Med 10:721-7. 2007..This study correlates physicians' own racial background, clinical experience, and cultural sensitivity training with their attitudes, perceptions, and knowledge of advance care planning issues for African American patients...
- How do-not-resuscitate orders are utilized in cancer patients: timing relative to death and communication-training implicationsTomer T Levin
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, New York 10022, USA
Palliat Support Care 6:341-8. 2008..Despite this, there is little DNR utilization data to guide the design of communication-training programs. The objective of this study was to determine DNR utilization patterns and whether their use is increasing...
- Recognition and communication: essential elements to improving end-of-life careJoseph S Weiner
Chest 127:1886-8. 2005
- Double-disease management or one care manager for two chronic conditions: pilot feasibility study of nurse telephonic disease management for depression and congestive heart failureSteven A Cole
Department of Psychiatry, S U N Y Stony Brook Health Sciences Center, New York 11794, USA
Dis Manag 9:266-76. 2006..Based on patient acceptance and clinicians' reports, the program appeared feasible and possibly effective. DDMP appears feasible and possibly effective. Future clinical trials are warranted...