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Patient-Centered Care News: July 2015: Issue 1

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This introduces the first edition of a new e-newsletter that HealthCare Chaplaincy Network will send to you once a month with links to selected articles on patient-centered care including spiritual care and chaplaincy care. We hope that you find this content informative.

Please feel free to send any questions or comments to comm@healthcarechaplaincy.org.


Rev. Eric J. Hall
President & CEO
HealthCare Chaplaincy Network, Inc.

Making Patient-centered Care a Reality 

Duty to Relieve Spiritual Suffering? What Do Physicians Think? 

Seeing God Through My Patients 

Medicare Plans to Pay Doctors for Counseling on End of Life 

5 Ways Hospice Care Is Changing Americans' Lives, Because End Of Life Care Should Be Anything But An Afterthought 

Advance Care Planning Does Not Adversely Affect Hope or Anxiety Among Patients With Advanced Cancer 

A Terrible Way To End Someone's Life 

Interesting story: his work in hospice & palliative care helped him deal with the Nepal earthquake & aftermath 

Palliative Care Fast Facts & Concepts 

Early palliative care can save money, reduce patient stay in hospital 

Research: Can the Oncologist's Attitude Affect Patient Outcomes?

Physical and Psychological Distress Are Related to Dying Peacefully in Residents With Dementia in Long-Term Care Facilities - Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 

More Family Caregivers Are No Spring Chickens Themselves 

10 key components of a post-discharge care model for older patients 

The Importance of Preventing Burnout Among Physicians and Nurses 

25 things to know about telemedicine & telehealth 

The digital doctor is in: Next wave in health care 

Talking to Kids about Death and Dying 

Hospice and the Surviving Spouse 



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