September 2013
njbiz;9/9/2013 Supplement, p58
The article offers information on University Medical Center in Princeton at Plainsboro, New Jersey, which offers behavioral health care, acute rehabilitation, and hospice care.


Related Articles

  • The Academic Hospice. von Gunten, Charles F.; Ryndes, True // Annals of Internal Medicine;11/1/2005, Vol. 143 Issue 9, p655 

    The academic hospice is a recent development in health care. Hospice programs and hospitals evolved from the same historical roots in Greek and Roman medicine. The academic hospital emerged as a place where patient care, education, and research are pursued as inextricable parts of the mission....

  • Academic medical centers and not-for-profit hospitals lead big growth in palliative care programs.  // H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;Jan2006, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p61 

    The article highlights the growth of palliative care programs in hospitals in the U.S. in 2005, according to a study published in the December issue of the "Journal of Palliative Medicine." Sean Morrison, one of the authors of the study from Mount Sinai Medical Center, comments on the program....

  • Animal-Assisted Therapy for Inpatients: Tapping the Unique Healing Power of the Human-Animal Bond. Horowitz, Sala // Alternative & Complementary Therapies;Dec2010, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p339 

    The article briefly accounts research findings that support the benefits of human and animal relationship on providing healthcare under animal-assisted therapy (AAT) in the U.S. It also features various AAT programs that are being incorporated into patient care. It cites the Delta Society which...

  • Hospice rotation proves beneficial to med students.  // Medical Ethics Advisor;Dec2007, Vol. 23 Issue 12, p137 

    This article explains that medical students benefits from hospice rotation. This is particularly good for medical students whose main focus is acute medicine and healing. It details the experience of medical student at the Albany Medical College. The college allows third-year medical students...

  • Identifying patients suitable for palliative care - a descriptive analysis of enquiries using a Case Management Process Model approach. Kuhn, Ulrike; Düsterdiek, Anne; Galushko, Maren; Dose, Christina; Montag, Thomas; Ostgathe, Christoph; Voltz, Raymond // BMC Research Notes;2012, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p611 

    Background: In Germany, case management in a palliative care unit was first implemented in 2005 at the Department of Palliative Medicine at the University Hospital Cologne. One of the purposes of this case management is to deal with enquiries from patients and their relatives as well as medical...

  • Hospice Volunteer Training for Health Science Students: An Academic Medical Center–Hospice Community Partnership. Farber, Stuart // Journal of Palliative Medicine;Mar2001, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p59 

    Within the academic medical center providing interdisciplinary, experiential, longitudinal, and mentored learning experiences for students regarding hospice/end-of-life care is a considerable challenge. This article describes an innovative course for medical, nursing, and social work students...

  • Strategies for Finding and Negotiating a First Position in Hospice and Palliative Medicine. Weckmann, Michelle T.; Block, Susan // Journal of Palliative Medicine;Sep2010, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p1141 

    Securing a first job following training is an exciting and daunting task. Little formal guidance is available and trainees often find themselves confused, uncertain, and overwhelmed. This article is designed to provide a basic framework for fellows and new graduates to search for positions,...

  • Is There Any Association between Where Patients Spend the End of Life and Survival after Anticancer Treatment for Gynecologic Malignancy? Kajiyama, Hiroaki; Utsumi, Fumi; Higashi, Makiko; Sakata, Jun; Sekiya, Ryuichiro; Mizuno, Mika; Umezu, Tomokazu; Suzuki, Shiro; Yamamoto, Eiko; Mitsui, Hiroko; Niimi, Kaoru; Shibata, Kiyosumi; Kikkawa, Fumitaka // Journal of Palliative Medicine;Mar2014, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p325 

    Background: It remains unknown whether the end-of-life (EOL) environment influences survival after anticancer treatment, particularly for gynecologic malignancy. Objective: The study's objective was to clarify whether the survival time varied depending on where patients spend the EOL. Methods:...

  • Post-Discharge Survival Outcomes of Patients with Advanced Cancer from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Investigational Cancer Therapeutics (Phase I Trials) Inpatient Unit. Kinahan, Holly; Maiti, abhishek; Hess, Kenneth; Dempsey, Jennifer; Beatty, Laura; Baldwin, Sarah; Hong, David S.; Naing, aung; Fu, Siqing; Tsimberidou, apostolia M.; Piha-Paul, Sarina; Janku, Filip; Karp, Daniel; Reddy, Suresh; Yennu, Sriram; Epner, Daniel; Bruera, Eduardo; Meric-Bernstam, Funda; Falchook, Gerald; Subbiah, Vivek // Oncology;Jan2017, Vol. 92 Issue 1, p14 

    Background: Patients with advanced cancer who progress on standard therapy are potential candidates for phase I clinical trials. Due to their aggressive disease and complex comorbid conditions, these patients often need inpatient admission. This study assessed the outcomes of such patients after...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics