S J Farber
Affiliation: University of Washington
- Issues in end-of-life care: family practice faculty perceptionsS J Farber
Tacoma Family Medicine, Washington 98405 4272, USA
J Fam Pract 48:525-30. 1999..Family practice faculty are in a key position to contribute valuable information, given their missions to model necessary values, attitudes, and skills and directly teach quality end-of-life care...
- Hospice volunteer training for health science students: an academic medical center-hospice community partnershipS Farber
Department of Family Medicine, University of Washington, School of Medicine, USA
J Palliat Med 4:60-4. 2001..The development, implementation and evolution over the past 3 years of this hospice volunteer training course are discussed...
- Defining effective clinician roles in end-of-life careStuart J Farber
Dept of Family Medicine, University of Washington School of Medicine and Tacoma Family Medicine, Tacoma, WA 98405 4272, USA
J Fam Pract 51:153-8. 2002..Our goal was to determine primary care clinician perceptions of what is important to the provision of quality end-of-life care...
- Issues in end-of-life care: patient, caregiver, and clinician perceptionsStuart J Farber
Department of Family Medicine, University of Washington, School of Medicine, Seattle, Washington 98195 6390, USA
J Palliat Med 6:19-31. 2003..Although considerable research regarding patient and caregiver experience of EOL has been done, little research has studied patients, caregivers, and clinicians as a connected system...
- Integrating communication training into a required family medicine clerkshipThomas R Egnew
Tacoma Family Medicine, Tacoma, WA 98405 4238, USA
Acad Med 79:737-43. 2004..Student and preceptor feedback are summarized and the lessons learned from the curriculum development and implementation process are discussed...
- Technology available in nursing programs: implications for developing virtual end-of-life educational toolsMarjorie J Wells
University of Washington School of Nursing, Seattle 98195, USA
J Cancer Educ 17:92-6. 2002..RESULTS: Survey findings enabled TNEEL development to be responsive to nurse educators' needs and preferences. CONCLUSION: Educators can use TNEEL to actively engage students in meaningful learning about EOL care...
- Technology survey of nursing programs: implications for electronic end-of-life teaching tool developmentMarjorie J Wells
School of Nursing, University if Washington, Seattle 98195, USA
Comput Inform Nurs 21:29-36. 2003..Our findings have numerous implications for the development of electronic teaching materials for nursing...
- TNEEL workshop. Interactive methods for teaching end-of-life careDiana J Wilkie
College of Nursing, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Nurs Educ Perspect 25:26-9. 2004..Findings support the workshop as an effective way to facilitate adoption of this innovative educational resource and support the development of a nation-wide training plan for TNEEL with experiential workshops...