In a prior blog post, we discussed UCSF’s research project on the Spiritual Assessment and Intervention Model (AIM) and its application to outpatient palliative care settings for patients with advanced cancer, which was funded by a grant from the HealthCare Chaplaincy Network and the John Templeton Foundation.
We are very pleased to announce that this project has resulted in two recently published articles by members of the research team. Here are links to all three of the articles that have been published thus far:
by Michele Shields, Allison Kestenbaum, and Laura Dunn
by Richard A. Powell et al. (Laura Dunn and Allison Kestenbaum are among the co-authors)
by Allison Kestenbaum, Jennifer James, Stefana Morgan, Michele Shields, Will Hocker, Michael Rabow, and Laura Dunn
Enjoy your reading!