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This week, the American Society on Aging released the spring 2017 issue of its journal, Generations, featuring guest editors Bill Novelli, Co-Chair of C-TAC’s Board of Directors, and Raca Banerjee, former Policy & Clinical Models Program Manager at C-TAC. The issue focuses on the current landscape around end-of-life care, how advocates are working to change the culture of care, and policy opportunities to make the healthcare system more person-centered.
- Supporting the Patient Voice: Building the Foundation of Shared Decision-Making by Patricia Bomba
- Advance Care Planning: Ensuring Patients’ Preferences Govern the Care They Receive by Brad Stuart, Angelo Volandes, and Benjamin W. Moulton
- My Life, My Story: A Personal Experience with the Right Care, at the Right Time by Amy Berman
- Caregiving at the End of Life: The Challenges for Family Caregivers by Barbara A. Given and Susan C. Reinhard
- Lessons from the Hospice Benefit for Advanced Illness Care by Perry G. Fine and Malene S. Davis
- A Prescription for Population-Based Palliative Care Education by Jason A. Webb and David Casarett
- The Changing Landscape of Palliative Care by Diane E. Meier and Brynn Bowman
- Policy and Politics to Drive Change in End-of-Life Care: Assessing the Best and Worst Places to Die in America by Andrew L. MacPherson and Ravi B. Parikh
The digital version of this issue is available for free on the American Society of Aging’s website through a contribution from C-TAC.