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PALLIATIVE CARE---CLINICAL AND EDUCATION:  2010-Present

Wiebe LA. A Myriad of Symptoms: New Approaches to Optimizing Palliative Care of Patients with Advanced Pancreatic Cancer.  2012 ASCO Educational Book.

Weis JM, Grunert BK and Fowell Christianson H.  Early versus delayed imaginal exposure for the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder following accidental upper extremity injury. Hand, Online First™, 13 April 2012

Marks S, Heinreich T, Rosielle D. Case Report: Are clinicians obligated to medically treat a suicide attempt in a patient with a prognosis of weeks? 
J. Palliative Medicine, 15(1): 134-137, 2012.

Claxton R, Marks S, Buranosky R, Rosielle D, Arnold R. Educational Impact of Weekly E-mailed Fast Facts and Concepts. J. Palliative Medicine, 14(4):475-81, 2011; .

Havas N. Back in the Water. J. Palliative Medicine 14(8):971-72, 2011

Marks S, Hung S, Rosielle D. Fast Facts and Related Concepts: Palliative care for Patients with Huntington’s disease. Journal of Pall Med, 14(5): 655-656, 2011

Marks S. “Thank You” Personal Reflection piece. J. Pall Med, 14(10):1182-83, 2011

Wiebe L and Von Roenn JH, The role of an oncologist in palliative care: Working with a palliative care team, Cancer J, 16(5):488-492, 2010

 

PALLIATIVE CARE---CLINICAL AND EDUCATION:  Prior to 2010

Weissman DE Palliative Medicine education: bridging the gap between acute care and hospice. J Cancer Education 1991;6:67-68.

Weissman DE, Pre-Clinical Palliative Medicine Education at the Medical College of Wisconsin. J Cancer Education 8:191-195, 1993.

Weissman, DE, and Griffie, J., The Palliative Care Consultation Service of the Medical College of Wisconsin. J Pain Symptom Manage. 9:474-479, 1994.

Weissman, DE. Palliative medicine education at the Medical College of Wisconsin , Wisconsin Medical Journal. 94: 505-508, 1995.

Weissman, DE. Establishing a hospice in a long-term care facility. Long-term Care Forum 5:1-8, 1995.

Weissman, DE, Griffie, J. Nurse Preceptorship of Palliative Medicine. Medical College of Wisconsin J Pain Symptom Mange. 1996;12:360-363.

Weissman, DE. Consultation in Palliative Medicine. Archives in Internal Medicine. 1997: 157:733-737.

Moschella VD, Pressman KR, Pressman P and Weissman DE. Religious response to cancer and the problem of theodicy. J of Religion and Health, 1997 ; 36:17-20.

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 (in press).

Weissman DE. ,Griffie J.. Integration of Palliative Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin 1990-1996. J Pain Symptom Manage. 1998; 15:195-201.

Weissman DE, Norton A, et al. A survey of competencies and concerns in end-of-life care for physician trainees. J Pain Symptom Manage. 1998; 15:82-90.

Principles and Practice of Supportive Oncology, Berger A, Portenoy R and Weissman DE. Lippincott, 1998.

Weissman DE. A faculty development course in end-of-life care. J Palliative Med. 1998; 1:35-44.

Weissman, DE. Alternatives to lecturing. J Palliative Medicine, 1998; 1(1):91-93.

Weissman, DE. Death Education: A play in three acts. J Palliative Medicine, 1998; 1(4):409-413.

Improving End-of-Life Care: A resource guide for physician education. Medical College of Wisconsin, 1998.

Communication skills modules for the end-of-life educator. Weissman DE and Biernat K. Medical College of Wisconsin.

Weissman DE. A faculty development course in end-of-life care. J Palliative Medicine, 1998. 1:35-44.

Weissman DE. Cancer pain as a model for the training of physicians in palliative care. In: Topics of Palliative Care, Portenoy RK and Bruera E, eds. Oxford University Press, 1999.

Weissman DE. End-of-Life Physician Education: is change possible? J Palliative Medicine, 1998; 2:401-407.

Weissman DE, Block SD, Blank L, Cain J, Cassem N, Danoff D, Egan K, Foley K, Meier D, Schyve P, Theige D, and Wheeler B. Incorporating palliative care education into the acute care hospital setting. Academic Medicine, 1999; 74:871-877.
 


Weissman DE. Improving end of life care: internal Medicine curriculum project: project abstracts/Progress Reports 1999; 2:331-344.

Weissman DE, Griffie J and Muchka S. Development and services of a hospital- based palliative care program in, Oncology Issues, Supplement, Symptom management for the cancer patient. 2000.

Weissman DE, Mullan PB, Ambuel B, von Gunten CF, Hallenbeck J and Warm E. End of life graduate education curriculum project. J Pall Med 2001; 4:525-547.

Weissman DE, Mullan PB, Ambuel B, von Gunten CF, Hallenbeck J and Warm E. End of life Graduate Education Curriculum Project: project abstracts/progress reports-Year 2. J Pall Med 2001; 4:525-550.

Mullan P, Weissman DE, Ambuel PB, von Gunten CF. End-of-life care education in
internal medicine residency programs: inter-institutional study. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2002; 5:487-496.

Weissman DE, Mullan PB, Ambuel B, von Gunten CF. End-of-life curriculum reform:
outcomes and impact in a follow-up study of Internal medicine residency programs. J Palliative Medicine 2002; 5: 497-506.

Weissman DE and Block SA. ACGME Requirements for End-of-life Training in Selected Residency and Fellowship Programs A Status Report Academic Medicine 2002 77: 299-304.

Lynn J, Nolan K, Kabcenell A, Weissman DE et al. Reforming Care for Persons Near the End of Life: The Promise of Quality Improvement. Annals of Internal Medicine 2002; 137: 116-122.
 

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