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PEARLS     The goal of palliative care is quality of life for the dying and their families. Palliative care is well defined, has clear content areas, and has well-specified guidelines. Palliative care demands sophisticated skills that have warranted its acceptance as a full specialty in medicine in the United States. Challenges to implementing high-quality palliative care involve internal barriers within the clinician as well as system barriers. PITFALLS     Palliative care is not a soft discipline.

JAMA 1999;281:163–168. 12. Steinhauser KE, Christakis NA, Clipp EC, et al: Factors considered important at the end of life by patients, family, physicians, and other care providers. JAMA 2000;284:2476–2482. 13. Saunders C: The philosophy of terminal care. In Saunders C (ed): The Management of Terminal Malignant Disease, 2nd ed. Baltimore, Edward Arnold, 1984. 14. Emanuel L, Dworzkin K, Robinson V: The dying role. J Palliat Med 2007;10(1):159–168. 15. Viswanathan R: Death anxiety, locus of control, and purpose of life in physicians: Their relationship to patient death notification.

PALLIATIVE CARE AND THE GLOBAL SETTING The threat of future pandemics, the current pandemic of HIV disease, and the health consequences of poverty and violence that have plagued populations through the ages show no sign of abatement, and all pose considerable challenges, the response to which must include providing better palliative care. In resource-limited nations, family members, community volunteers, or health care workers are often not available in sufficient numbers to provide adequate care without overburdening individual caregivers.

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