Innovations in End-of-Life Care
an international journal of leaders in end-of-life care
Vol. 3, No. 1, 2001
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Griffie J. Palliative medicine nurse preceptorship at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
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Spross J. Using principles of change and a technical assistance protocol to improve
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on nurses' and physicians' pain management knowledge. Doctoral Dissertation. Chestnut
Hill, MA: Boston College School of Nursing, 1999.
Spross JA, Wolff M. Nonpharmacological management of cancer pain. In Cancer Pain
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Spross JA. Cancer pain relief: An international perspective. Oncology Nursing Forum.
Spross JA. Pain management: Issues in the hospital setting. Sixth National Conference
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to pain management in long-term care facilities. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management.
Weissman DE, Matson S. Pain assessment and management in the long-term care setting.
Theoretical Medicine. 1999;20:31-43.
Weissman DE, Griffie J, Gordon DB, Dahl JL. A role model program to promote institutional
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Weissman DE, Griffie J. The palliative care consultation service of the Medical
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