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Title Author Type Date Words
'Ambulance of Wishes' Makes Dreams Come True. Oct 19, 2009 81
Aggressive treatment of pain. Tan, S.Y. Oct 15, 2009 861
Palliative oxygen may not be worth the additional cost. Wendling, Patrice May 1, 2009 672
Colorado Nurse wins national Cherokee Inspired Comfort Award: honored for selflessly giving her personal time to terminally ill patients. Mar 1, 2009 785
Ethical decision making in neurosurgery: a case study. Krueger, Deborah L. Case study Dec 1, 2008 2624
Correctional officers become end of life caretakers: Winnebago County Jail partners with local hospice to provide care to terminally ill inmate. Johnson-Swagerty, Marty Aug 1, 2008 1647
Case study: an ethical dilemma involving a dying patient. Pacsi, Alsacia L. Case study Mar 22, 2008 3069
Crossing disciplinary boundaries in end-of-life education. Schim, Stephanie Meyers; Raspa, Richard Brief article Nov 1, 2007 143
A matter of life and death: ethicists ponder practicality, rightness of Vatican rules on artificial feeding. Allen, John L., Jr. Oct 5, 2007 3711
Pharmacotherapy is "powerful tool' in palliative care. Sherman, Carl Sep 1, 2007 1108
Motivated by tragic circumstances, families battle an uncaring bureaucracy. Kovach, Sue Report Sep 1, 2007 4117
Wall Street Journal attacks flawed FDA policies. Walker, Steven Report Sep 1, 2007 1269
Mercy in spotlight for international study. Report Jun 1, 2007 581
Medical aspects of end of life care. Abratt, Raymond Report Apr 1, 2007 2050
When the slippery slope becomes a mudslide: EP states its position on 'Ashley's Treatment,' The Groningen Protocol, and the Swiss assisted suicide issue. Valenzano, Joseph M.; Rader, Rick; Luker, Tricia; Carter, Jan Report Mar 1, 2007 1742
Andrea Clark Will Live! May 1, 2006 713
Thrombotic events often missed in ICU. Brunk, Doug Mar 15, 2005 447
Doctors appear willing to use intensive measures to lessen otherwise untreatable pain and severe symptoms in dying patients even if the treatment at least in theory, risks hastening the dying process. Brief Article Feb 1, 2005 91
Patients do have a right to treatment. Brief Article Nov 1, 2004 148
Missing: death education for nursing facilities; Staff need to be trained in comforting dying residents, their families, and themselves. Gross, Donalyn Sep 1, 2004 1393
Palliative care: "killing me softly". Shea, John B. Jul 1, 2004 2509
Dying patients can guide you in pain management: reassess pain often. Wachter, Kerri Feb 1, 2004 549
Psychiatric care at end of life can make a difference: sleep patterns important. Wachter, Kerri Nov 1, 2003 647
Group program helps patients cope with terminal illness. (Meaning Centered Psychotherapy). MacReady, Norra Brief Article Feb 1, 2003 449
Volunteers support caregivers of the dying. (Ministries). Wells, Elizabeth Jan 17, 2003 576

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