Web Materials: The Art & Science of Prognostication Lesson 2

WEB MATERIALS

Web Articles

Ajaj A, Singh M P, Abdulla A J J. Should elderly patients be told they have cancer? Questionnaire survey of older people” BMJ 2001; 323 :1160

Back, Anthony L, Arnold, Robert M, and Quill, Timothy E. “Hope for the Best, and Prepare for the Worst” 4 March 2003 Annals of Internal Medicine Volume 138 • Number 5

Bailea, Walter F.  et al. “SPIKES—A Six-Step Protocol for Delivering Bad News: Application to the Patient with Cancer” The Oncologist August 2000 vol. 5 no. 4 302-311 doi: 10.1634/theoncologist.5-4-302

Loprinzi, Charles L. et al. “Compassionate Honesty” Journal of Palliative Medicine. Volume 13, Number 10, 2010

Panagopoulou, Efharis et al.  “Concealment of Information in Clinical Practice: Is Lying Less Stressful Than Telling the Truth?”Journal of Clinical Oncology 2008 26:7, 1175-1177

Parkes, Colin Murray. “Bereavement in Adult Life.” BMJ : British Medical Journal316.7134 (1998): 856–859. Print.

Von Roenn, Jamie H. and  Von Gunten, Charles F.  “Setting Goals to Maintain Hope” Journal of Clinical Oncology 2003 21:3, 570-574 (for purchase)

Websites

Dying Matters

Dying Matters is a coalition of 32,000 members across England and Wales which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life.

Academy of Communication in Healthcare (ACH)

ACH is committed to improving communication through innovative research and teaching relationship-centered healthcare communication.

EACH: International Association for Communication in Healthcare

EACH: International Association for Communication in Healthcare is a global organization whose mission is to promote healthcare communication between patients, relatives and healthcare practitioners that is effective, patient-centered and evidence-based.