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    Tarascon Title Is A Best Seller On Amazon

    Posted by Jennifer Sharp on Mar 25, 2013 6:41:06 PM

    Major internet retailer Amazon.com offers best seller lists as a way of identifying titles which are popular and frequently purchased by their customers. We are proud to announce that the Tarascon Palliative Medicine Pocketbook was listed as the #1 best seller under the Physician & Patient Hospice Care eBooks category last week.

    The Tarascon Palliative Medicine Pocketbook is the only shirt pocket-sized, quick reference for guiding those difficult conversations with patients and family members who require palliative and hospice care. Containing communication skill techniques, prognostication tools, symptom management options and ethical issues, this portable guide is an ideal tool for any member of the Palliative Medicine team, including: physicians, nurses, social workers, chaplains, pharmacists and more.

    What people are saying about the guide:

    "This point is very helpful for a quick look up of info and new treatment considerations for PC." - Amazon customer review

    "Essentials for palliative medicine providers. Easy-to-read, well-organized and useful information in an easy-to-carry format. This little gem is a valuable resource." - Amazon customer review

    "This book is highly recommended because [it's]...presented in an organized, easy-to-read, and pragmatic fashion which is useful for any health care providers seeking immediate answers when dealing with patients requiring palliation or best supportive symptoms management. Also a valuable and indispensable resource for Geriatrics, Hospice/Palliative, and Oncology Fellows, as well as for rotating medical students and resident physicians." - Barnes & Noble customer review

    For more information on the guide, or to obtain your own copy, please visit the Tarascon Palliative Medicine Pocketbook on the Tarascon website.

    Topics: physicians, Amazon, medicine, oncology, Tarascon, oncology, Geriatric, Pharmacists, chaplains, Ethical Decision-making, General Medicine, grief, Authors, social workers, Hospital Medicine Blog, end of life, hospice, palliative, Prognostication

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