Highlights of the October 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

Care Consistency with Documented Care Preferences: Methodologic Considerations for Implementing the Measuring What Matters Quality Indicator

Kathleen T. Unroe, Susan E. Hickman, Alexia M. Torke, and the AAHPM Research Committee Writing Group

Original Articles

Impact of Prophylactic Fentanyl Pectin Nasal Spray on Exercise-Induced Episodic Dyspnea in Cancer Patients: A Double-Blind, Randomized Controlled Trial

David Hui, Kelly Kilgore, Minjeong Park, Janet Williams, Diane Liu, and Eduardo Bruera

Randomized Pilot Trial of a Telephone Symptom Management Intervention for Symptomatic Lung Cancer Patients and Their Family Caregivers

Catherine E. Mosher, Joseph G. Winger, Nasser Hanna, Shadia I. Jalal, Lawrence H. Einhorn, Thomas J. Birdas, DuyKhanh P. Ceppa, Kenneth A. Kesler, Jordan Schmitt, Deborah A. Kashy, and Victoria L. Champion

Palliative Care Specialist Consultation Is Associated With Supportive Care Quality in Advanced Cancer

Anne M. Walling, Diana Tisnado, Susan L. Ettner, Steven M. Asch, Sydney M. Dy, Philip Pantoja, Martin Lee, Sangeeta C. Ahluwalia, Hannah Schreibeis-Baum, Jennifer L. Malin, and Karl A. Lorenz

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 Casarett, MD MA, Senior Associate Editor, JPSM

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