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A model to guide patient and family care: based on nationally accepted principles and norms of practice.
San Diego Hospice (F.D.F., K.B.), San Diego, California, USA; Saskatchewan Health District Management Services (H.M.B.), Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada; St. Mary’s Hospital Center (J.F.), Montreal,Expand
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Consensus recommendations for the management of constipation in patients with advanced, progressive illness.
Constipation is a highly prevalent and distressing symptom in patients with advanced, progressive illnesses. Although opioids are one of the most common causes of constipation in patients withExpand
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A Quebec survey of issues in cancer pain management.
We report the results of a cancer pain survey mailed to Quebec hematologist-oncologists and palliative care physicians in 1999. The survey was designed to sample views on the current status of painExpand
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Not just any old standards ... 2002 Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association standards.
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Smoking and Trait Anxiety
Smoking behavior was not associated with manifest anxiety scores for a sample of 91 college students.
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International changes in end-of-life practices over time: a systematic review
BackgroundEnd-of-life policies are hotly debated in many countries, with international evidence frequently used to support or oppose legal reforms. Existing reviews are limited by their focus onExpand
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Stronger licensure standards needed for LTC administrators.