Peer-Reviewed Abstract: Development of a generalist curriculum to integrate the palliative approach early in chronic disease management: Results from the CASA Study in an HIV population

Carla Alexander, Victoria Raveis, Daniel Karus, Monique Carrero, Kashelle Lockman, Mei Ching Lee, Debra Elfenbein, Rebecca M. Brotman, Mian Bazile Hossain, Gregory Pappas, Peter Memiah, Debra Wiegand, Christopher Welsh, Yvonne Henley, Ila Mulasi, Leslie Piet, Anthony Amoroso, Robert Redfield, Peter A. Selwyn, CASA Community Advisory Panel

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Original languageEnglish (US)
TypePeer-Reviewed Abstract
PublisherEuropean Journal of Palliative Medicine
StatePublished - 2017

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Alexander, C., Raveis, V., Karus, D., Carrero, M., Lockman, K., Lee, M. C., Elfenbein, D., Brotman, R. M., Hossain, M. B., Pappas, G., Memiah, P., Wiegand, D., Welsh, C., Henley, Y., Mulasi, I., Piet, L., Amoroso, A., Redfield, R., Selwyn, P. A., & Community Advisory Panel, CASA. (2017). Peer-Reviewed Abstract: Development of a generalist curriculum to integrate the palliative approach early in chronic disease management: Results from the CASA Study in an HIV population. European Journal of Palliative Medicine. http://www.eapc-2017.org/abstract-book.html