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of 'Overview of comprehensive patient assessment in palliative care'

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Improving the quality of spiritual care as a dimension of palliative care: the report of the Consensus Conference.
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Puchalski C, Ferrell B, Virani R, Otis-Green S, Baird P, Bull J, Chochinov H, Handzo G, Nelson-Becker H, Prince-Paul M, Pugliese K, Sulmasy D
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J Palliat Med. 2009;12(10):885.
 
A Consensus Conference sponsored by the Archstone Foundation of Long Beach, California, was held February 17-18, 2009, in Pasadena, California. The Conference was based on the belief that spiritual care is a fundamental component of quality palliative care. This document and the conference recommendations it includes builds upon prior literature, the National Consensus Project Guidelines, and the National Quality Forum Preferred Practices and Conference proceedings.
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George Washington Institute for Spirituality and Health, The George Washington University, Washington, D.C., USA.
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