Unlocking Insights: Exploring Open Access Articles in the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management

In the realm of medical research for hospice and palliative care, access to high-quality content is paramount. Open access publishing has increasingly gained prominence, offering unrestricted access to scholarly articles. Today, we delve into the realm of pain and symptom management. Plus, we will explore the benefits that come with becoming an AAHPM member and subscribing to this influential journal.

Exploring the Open Access Article:
The article we spotlight for April is titled “Predictive Models for Palliative Care Needs of Advanced Cancer Patients Receiving Chemotherapy”, authored by Arisha Kawashima, MSc, RN, PHN| Taiki Furukawa, MD, PhD | Takahiro Imaizumi, MD, PhD | Akemi Morohasi, RPh | Mariko Hara, MN, RN, PHN, OCNS | Satomi Yamada, RN, CCN | Masayo Hama, RN, CCN | Aya Kawaguchi, RN | Kazuki Sato, PhD, Rn, PHN published in the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management.

Top 3 reasons to become a member of the AAHPM and subscribe to JPSM:

  • Cutting-edge research
    • JPSM subscribers gain access to a wealth of cutting-edge researching spanning from clinical trials of pain or symptom control therapies to epidemiological studies, the journal covers a broad spectrum of topics that serves an interdisciplinary audience of professionals.
  • Comprehensive coverage
    •  The journal provides comprehensive coverage of multidisciplinary approaches to pain management, incorporating perspectives from fields such as palliative care, oncology, anesthesiology, and psychology. The diverse coverage ensures that subscribers stay abreast of the latest developments across different disciplines.
  • Education resources
    • Subscribers benefit from a wealth of educational resources including review articles, case studies, and clinical guidelines. These resources promote continuous learning and professional development.

Join AAHPM to receive your complimentary subscription to JPSM. You will receive access to cutting-edge research, plus a wealth of clinical insights and educational resources. Read all original articles and letters to get the most current research online using your membership login.








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