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Nathan Cherny is Norman Levan Chair of Humanistic Medicine and Associate Professor of Medicine at Ben Gurion University, Israel. Nathan is also Director of the Cancer Pain and Palliative Medicine Service at the Shaare Zedek Medical Centre, Jerusalem, Israel. Marie Fallon is the St Columba's Hospice Chair of Palliative Medicine at the University of Edinburgh and is an Honorary Consultant in Palliative Care at the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh, Scotland. Stein Kaasa is Professor of Palliative Medicine at the Institute of Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim (NTNU), Norway. Russell K. Portenoy is Chief Medical Officer and Director of the MJHS Institute for Innovation in Palliative Care, New York, and Professor of Neurology and Anesthesiology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, USA. David C. Currow is Professor of Palliative and Supportive Service at the Flinders Centre for Clinical Change, Flinders University, Australia.
List of Abbreviations List of Contributors Section 1: The Worldwide Status of Palliative Care 1.1: Sheila Payne and Tom Lynch: International progress in creating palliative medicine as a specialized discipline and the development of palliative care 1.2: M.R. Rajagopal and Reena George: Providing palliative care in economically disadvantaged countries 1.3: Liliana De Lima and Eduardo Bruera: Essential medicines for palliative care 1.4: David C. Currow and Stein Kaasa: Policy in palliative care Section 2: The Challenge of Palliative Medicine 2.1: Nathan I. Cherny: The problem of suffering and the principles of assessment in palliative medicine 2.2: Megan B. Sands, Dianne L. O'Connell, Michael Piza, and Jane: The epidemiology of death and symptoms: planning for population-based palliative care 2.3: Paul Glare, Christian T. Sinclair, Patrick Stone, and Josephine Clayton: Predicting survival in patients with advanced disease 2.4: Karen E. Steinhauser and James A. Tulsky: Defining a 'good' death 2.5: LaVera Crawley and Jonathan Koffman: Ethnic and cultural aspects of palliative care 2.6: Thomas J. Smith and J. Brian Cassel: The economic challenges of palliative medicine Section 3: Service Delivery Issues in Palliative Care 3.1: Barry Laird: Barriers to the delivery of palliative care 3.2: Irene J. Higginson: Palliative care delivery models 3.3: Paul L. DeSandre and Karen May: Palliative care in the emergency department 3.4: Jane Phillips, Annmarie Hosie, and Patricia M. Davidson: Palliative care in the nursing home Section 4: The Interdisciplinary Team 4.1: Dagny Faksvag Haugen, Friedemann Nauck, and Augusto Caraceni: The core team and the extended team 4.2: Karen Forbes and Jane Gibbins: Teaching and training in palliative medicine 4.3: Deborah Witt Sherman and David C. Free: Nursing and palliative care 4.4: Terry Altilio and Nina Laing: Social work in palliative care 4.5: George Handzo and Christina Puchalski: The role of the chaplain in palliative care 4.6: Jill Cooper and Nina Kite: Occupational therapy in palliative care 4.7: Clare O'Callaghan: Music therapy in palliative care 4.8: Rosemary Richardson and Isobel Davidson: The contribution of the dietitian and nutritionist to palliative medicine 4.9: Anne M. English: Physiotherapy in palliative care 4.10: Tim Luckett and Katherine L.P. Reid: Speech and language therapy in palliative care 4.11: Michele J.M. Wood: The contribution of art therapy to palliative medicine 4.12: Jane Ellen Barr: Stoma therapy in palliative care 4.13: Anja Mehnert: Clinical psychology in palliative care 4.14: Margaret Gibbs: The contribution of the clinical pharmacist in palliative care 4.15: Deborah Franklin and Andrea Cheville: Medical rehabilitation and the palliative care patient 4.16: Nathan Cherny, Batsheva Werman, and Michael Kearney: Burnout, compassion fatigue, and moral distress in palliative care 4.17: Gary Deng and Barrie Cassileth: Integrative oncology in palliative medicine Section 5: Ethical Issues 5.1: Frank Brennan and Liz Gwyther: Human rights issues 5.2: Timothy W. Kirk: Confidentiality 5.3: Joseph J. Fins and Barbara Pohl: Neuro-palliative care and disorders of consciousness 5.4: Linda L. Emanuel and Rebecca Johnson: Truth telling and consent 5.5: Richard D.W. Hain: Ethics in paediatric palliative care 5.6: Harvey Max Chochinov, Susan E. McClement, and Maia S. Kredentser: Dignity and palliative end-of-life care 5.7: Lars Johan Materstvedt and Georg Bosshard: Euthanasia and palliative care 5.8: Danielle N. Ko and Craig D. Blinderman: Withholding and withdrawing life-sustaining treatment (including artificial nutrition and hydration) Section 6: Communication and Palliative Medicine 6.1: Thomas W. LeBlanc and James A. Tulsky: Communication with the patient and family 6.2: Mari Lloyd-Williams and Jackie Ellis: Talking with families and children about the death of a parent 6.3: Janet L. Abrahm, Amanda Moment, Jane deLima Thomas, and Katie Fitzgerald: Communication between professionals 6.