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PAIN EDUCATION

Weissman DE, Abram SE, Haddox JD, Janjan NA, Hopwood MB, Howser D: The Educational Role of Cancer Pain Rounds. J Cancer Education, 4:113-116, 1989.

Weissman DE, Dahl JL: Attitudes About Cancer Pain: A Survey of Wisconsin's First Year Medical Student. J Pain Symptom Manage 5:345-349, 1990.

Weissman DE, Gutmann M, Dahl JL: Physician Cancer Pain Education: A Report from the Wisconsin Cancer Pain Initiative. J Pain Symptom Manage, 6:445-448, 1991.

Ad-Hoc Committee on Cancer Pain. The American Society of Clinical Oncology. Cancer Pain Assessment and Treatment Curriculum Guideline. J Clin Oncol 10:1976-1982, 1992.

Weissman DE, Dahl JL, Beasly J: Cancer Pain Role Model Program of the Wisconsin Cancer Pain Initiative. J Pain Symptom Management 8:29-35, 1993.

Weissman, DE, Dahl, JL. Update on the Cancer Pain Role Model Education Program. J Pain Symptom Manage.10:292-297, 1995.

Weissman DE. Educating home health care professionals in cancer pain management. Home Healthcare Consultant 2:10-18, 1995.

Janjan, NA, Martin, CG, Payne, R, Dahl, JL, Weissman, DE. Durability of Education in Cancer Pain Management Principles with the Role Model Program. 1996 American Cancer Society. Cancer 77, 996-1021, 1996.

Weissman, DE. Cancer Pain Education for Physicians in Practice: Establishing a New Paradigm. J Pain Symptom Mange. 1996; 12:364-371.

Weissman, DE, et al. Cancer Pain Education: Objectives for Medical Students Residents in Primary Care Specialties. J Cancer Edu. 10:1-7 1996.

Weissman DE. Physician education: a vehicle to change the culture of pain management-Commentary. Cancer Pain Release. 1996; 9:7-8.

Weissman DE., Griffie J., et al. A role model program to promote institutional changes for management of acute and cancer pain. J Pain Symptom Manage. 1997; 14:274-279.

Weissman, DE. End-of-Life Physician Education: is change possible? J Palliative Medicine, 1998; 1(4):401-407.

Improving Pain Management in Long-Term Care Settings: A Resource Guide for Institutional Change. Weissman DE, Griffie J, Muchka S, and Matson S. Medical College of Wisconsin.

Weissman DE and Matson S. Pain assessment and management in the long-term care setting. Theoretical Medicine, 1999; 20:31-43.

Janjan NA, Martin C, Weissman D, Hill CS, and Payne R. Radiotherapy resident's knowledge of and attitudes toward management of cancer pain. J Cancer Education, 1998; 13:65-70.

Building an institutional commitment to pain management in long-term care facilities. Weissman DE, Griffie J, Muchka S, and Matson S. J Pain Symptom Management, 1999 (in press).

Weissman DE, Griffie J, Muchka S and Matson S. Building an institutional commitment to pain management in long-term care facilities. J Pain Symptom Manage 2000.

Kovach CR, Griffie J, Muchka S, Noonan PE, and Weissman DE. Nurses perception of pain assessment and treatment in the cognitively impaired elderly. Clinical Nurse Specialist 2000; 20:35-43.

Weissman DE, Griffie J, Muchka S and Matson S. Improving pain management in long-term care facilities. J Pall Med 2001; 4:567-573.

Kovach CR, Noonan PE, Griffie J, Muchka S, and Weissman DE. The assessment of discomfort in dementia protocol. Pain Mange Nurs 2002; 3: 16-27.

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