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Published Articles (COPY)

Kanarek, RB, (November 2022). “Aha” moment: Discovering the hidden experience of spiritual distress in illness. Gold Foundation blog.

Kanarek, RB, (July, 2022) Spiritual distress manifested by a teenager following a stem cell transplant.
Journal of Pain and Symptom Management.

Kanarek, RB (August, 2019). A nurse comes face to face with her son’s serious illness. KevinMD.   

Kanarek, RB (Spring/Summer issue, 2019). How to navigate through a health care crisis.
Seniors BlueBook: Southern Connecticut. 

O’Shea, ER, Kanarek RB, Kazer, MW, Kelley, PW, Thomas, Tomi (October 2017).
Building nursing capacity for palliative care at a Jesuit Catholic University: A model program.

Christian Journal for Global Health. DOI: 10.15566/cjgh.v4i3.192.

Kanarek, RB (2017). Personal Reflection.

Life-threatening illness and a mother’s emotional journey: Lessons in care. Journal of Palliative Medicine.

Volume 20 Number 6, 2017: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. DOI:10.1089/jpm.2016.0566. 

Kanarek, RB (2016). The after effects of a mother’s loss (Essay/Personal Reflections).
Journal Palliative and Supportive Care. 1478-9515/16: Cambridge University Press. 

O’Shea ER & Kanarek, RB (2013). Understanding pediatric palliative care: What it is and what it should be.

Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing, 30:34-44. 

Kanarek, RB (2010). VIEWPOINT: Palliative care isn’t just for the dying. American Journal of Nursing, 110:11. 

Kanarek, R, & Riley, V (2005). The parent’s perspective of teenage cancer. In TOB Eden, RD, Barr, A Bleyer, M Whiteson (Editors). Cancer and the Adolescent. Second Edition (Chapter 19, pp 214-227). Oxford, England: Blackwell Publishing. 

Kanarek, R (July 1998). Facing the challenges of childhood leukemia.
American Journal of Nursing. 98(3):42-47. 

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