Affiliation: University of Rochester
- What is most important for you to achieve?: an analysis of patient responses when receiving palliative care consultationTimothy Quill
Center for Palliative Care and Clinical Ethics, University of Rochester Medical Center, NY 14642, USA
J Palliat Med 9:382-8. 2006..The purpose of this report is to describe what palliative care patients say is "most important to achieve" at the time of initial consultation...
- "What bothers you the most?" Initial responses from patients receiving palliative care consultationMindy Shah
Center for Ethics, Humanities, and Palliative Care, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, New York 146142, USA
Am J Hosp Palliat Care 25:88-92. 2008..Further research into the use of such simple questions at time of initial consultation is warranted...
- Mi Casa o Su Casa? Assessing function and values in the homeAnnette Medina-Walpole
Department of Medicine, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, New York, USA
J Am Geriatr Soc 53:336-42. 2005....
- Working with families in palliative care: one size does not fit allDeborah A King
Department of Psychiatry and Center for Palliative Care and Ethics, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, New York 14642 8409, USA
J Palliat Med 9:704-15. 2006..In light of the lack of empirical studies in this area, we conclude with recommendations for future research...
- Palliative care education in U.S. medical schoolsRobert Horowitz
Department of Medicine Palliative Care, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, New York, USA
Med Educ 48:59-66. 2014..S. medical schools is the Liaison Committee on Medical Education directive that end-of-life (EoL) care be included in medical school curricula, reinforcing the problematic conflation of EoL and palliative care...
- Measuring end-of-life care processes in nursing homesHelena Temkin-Greener
Department of Community and Preventive Medicine, Center for Ethics, Humanities and Palliative Care, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, NY 14642, USA
Gerontologist 49:803-15. 2009..The objectives of this study were to develop measures of end-of-life (EOL) care processes in nursing homes and to validate the instrument for measuring them...
- How much suffering is enough?Timothy Quill
Center for Palliative Care and Clinical Ethics, University of Rochester Medical Center, USA
Med Ethics (Burlingt Mass) 13:10-1. 2006
- Making decisions with families at the end of lifeForrest Lang
Department of Family Medicine, James H Quillen College of Medicine, 37614, USA
Am Fam Physician 70:719-23. 2004....