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Development and implementation of an online program to improve how patients communicate emotional concerns to their oncology providers.
How do non-physician clinicians respond to advanced cancer patients' negative expressions of emotions?
Decision-making in serious illness: a matter of life, death and words.
Do patient attributes predict oncologist empathic responses and patient perceptions of empathy?
Discussions of the kidney disease trajectory by elderly patients and nephrologists: a qualitative study.
The emotions of graduating medical students about prior patient care experiences.
On saying goodbye: acknowledging the end of the patient-physician relationship with patients who are near death.
Negative emotions in cancer care: do oncologists' responses depend on severity and type of emotion?
Oncologist communication about emotion during visits with patients with advanced cancer.
"What concerns me is..." Expression of emotion by advanced cancer patients during outpatient visits.
Communication skills for discussing treatment options when chemotherapy has failed.
Comparing oncologist, nurse, and physician assistant attitudes toward discussions of negative emotions with patients.
Communication in Oncologist Patient Encounters: A Patient Intervention
Addressing Patient Emotional and Existential Needs During Serious Illness: Results of the Outlook Randomized Controlled Trial.
Oncologists' responses to patient and caregiver negative emotions and patient perception of quality of communication: results from a multi-ethnic Asian setting.