"Journal of Palliative Medicine answers the most difficult and important palliative care issues, not only biomedical aspects but also psychosocial, communication, and relationship issues."
Masanori Mori, MD
Department of Palliative Medicine
Seirei Hamamatsu General Hospital
"The best palliative care journal available."
Jeanie Youngwerth, MD
Palliative Care Consult Service
University of Colorado Denver
"Journal of Palliative Medicine carries practical, relevant research designed to help those of us in the "trenches" of palliative care."
Cecilia May, MD
Franciscan St. Elizabeth Central
"The best source for palliative care education articles."
Laura J. Morrison, MD, FAAHPM
Baylor College of Medicine
"A top-tier journal within the palliatve medicine field!"
Thomas LeBlanc, MD
Duke University Medical Center
"Journal of Palliative Medicine is the best HPM journal, hands down."
David Korones, MD
University of Rochester Medical Center
“Journal of Palliative Medicine offers you comprehensive coverage of the topics in end-of-life care, whether it is education, service delivery, research, or clinical management.”
Dr. Staffan Lundstrom
“The Journal provides depth and breadth in our specialty field with papers that look not just to the science of palliative medicine, but the art of practice.”
Martha Twaddle, MD
Midwest Palliative Care & Hospice Care Center
“Journal of Palliative Medicine is required reading to stay on top of the latest research, clinical innovation, and administrative evolution of our rapidly expanding field. It is a foundational resource for defining the state of this art.”
Karin Porter-Williamson, MD
Medical Director and Section Head for Palliative Care
University of Kansas Medical Center
“In my busy week, when I’m finally able to carve out an hour or two for professional reading, I appreciate knowing that my time will be well spent reading Journal of Palliative Medicine.”
Gray Graham, MD, MA
Hospice of Metro Denver
“From practical tools to research that meets the highest scientific standards, Journal of Palliative Medicine is relevant to the needs of practicing clinicians, and the publication of choice for leaders in our field.”
Diane Meier, MD
Director, Center to Advance Palliative Care
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
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