Highlights of the April Issue of the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management

Listed below are a few articles from the most recent issue of the journal:

Special Series on Measuring What Matters

Concordance of Advance Care Plans with Inpatient Directives in the Electronic Medical Record for Older Patients Admitted from the Emergency Department
Corita R. Grudzen, Philip Buonocore, Jonathan Steinberg, Joanna M. Ortiz, Lynne D. Richardson, and the AAHPM Research Committee Writing Group

Original Articles

Prevalence and Predictors of Burnout Among Hospice and Palliative Care Clinicians in the U.S.
Arif H. Kamal, Janet H. Bull, Steven P. Wolf, Keith M. Swetz, Tait D. Shanafelt, Katherine Ast, Dio Kavalieratos, Christian T. Sinclair, amd Amy P. Abernethy

Are Hospice Admission Practices Associated with Hospice Enrollment for Older African Americans and Whites?
Kimberly S. Johnson, Richard Payne, Maragatha N. Kuchibhatla, and James A. Tulsky

Special Article

Unmet Supportive Care Needs in United States Dialysis Centers and Lack of Knowledge of Available Resources to Address Them
Stacey Culp, Dale Lupu, Cheryl Arenella, Nancy Armistead, and Alvin H. Moss

Palliative Care Rounds

Locked-In Syndrome:  Case Report and Discussion of Decisional Capacity
Samuel Maiser, Ashish Kabir, David Sabsevitz, and Wendy Peltier

To access the articles, you must subscribe to JPSM or be a member of the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM). For further information on the Academy, call 847.375.4712 or visit aahpm.org.

Submitted by: David J. Casarett, MD, MA, Senior Associate Editor, JPSM

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