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    • Caregiver Evaluation of the Quality of End-Of-Life Care (CEQUEL) Scale: The Caregiver's Perception of Patient Care Near Death 

      Higgins, Philip C.; Prigerson, Holly G. (Public Library of Science, 2013)
      Purpose End-of-life (EOL) measures are limited in capturing caregiver assessment of the quality of EOL care. Because none include caregiver perception of patient suffering or prolongation of death, we sought to develop and ...
    • Prolonged Grief Disorder: Psychometric Validation of Criteria Proposed for DSM-V and ICD-11 

      Prigerson, Holly G; Horowitz, Mardi J.; Jacobs, Selby C.; Parkes, Colin M.; Aslan, Mihaela; Goodkin, Karl; Raphael, Beverley; Marwit, Samuel J.; Wortman, Camille; Neimeyer, Robert A.; Bonanno, George; Block, Susan Dale; Kissane, David; Boelen, Paul; Maercker, Andreas; Litz, Brett T.; Johnson, Jeffrey G.; First, Michael B.; Maciejewski, Paul K (Public Library of Science, 2009)
      Background: Bereavement is a universal experience, and its association with excess morbidity and mortality is well established. Nevertheless, grief becomes a serious health concern for a relative few. For such individuals, ...
    • United States Acculturation and Cancer Patients’ End-of-Life Care 

      Wright, Alexi Anne; Stieglitz, Heather; Kupersztoch, Yankel M.; Paulk, M. Elizabeth; Kim, Yookyung; Katz, Ingrid Theresa; Munoz, Francisco; Jimenez, Rachel Beth; Mutchler, Jan; Rivera, Lorna; Back, Anthony L.; Prigerson, Holly G (Public Library of Science, 2013)
      Background: Culture shapes how people understand illness and death, but few studies examine whether acculturation influences patients’ end-of-life treatment preferences and medical care. Methods and Findings: In this ...