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Dom H. Spiritual care, need and pain–recognition and response. European Journal of Palliative Care. 1999;6(3):87-90.
O’Connell LJ. The role of religion in health-related decision making for elderly patients. Generation. Winter 1994;17(4):27-30.
O'Connell LJ. The spiritual side of dying. Bioethics Forum. 1997;13(4):3-6.
Post SG, Puchalski CM, Larson DB. Physicians and patient spirituality: Professional boundaries, competency and ethics. Annals of Internal Medicine. 2000;132(7):578-583.
Puchalski CM, Larson DB. Developing curricula in spirituality and medicine. Academic Medicine. 1997;73(9):970-974.
Puchalski CM. A spiritual history. Supportive Voice. Summer 1999;5(3):12-13.
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