JUSTIN N. BAKER, M.D.

Associate Professor
Pediatrics-Administration

Office: 332 N LAUDERDALE
MAIL STOP 260
MEMPHIS TN 38105
Tel: (901) 495-4446
n/a

Publications

  1. Baker, JN, Rai, S, Liu, W, Srivastava, K, Kane, JR, Zawistowski, CA, Burghen, EA, Gattuso, JS, West, N, Althoff, J, Funk, A, Hinds, PS. Race does not influence do-not-resuscitate status or the number or timing of end-of-life care discussions at a pediatric oncology referral center. J Palliat Med, 12 (1), 71-6, 2009.
  2. Baker, JN, Hinds, PS, Spunt, SL, Barfield, RC, Allen, C, Powell, BC, Anderson, LH, Kane, JR. Integration of palliative care practices into the ongoing care of children with cancer: individualized care planning and coordination. Pediatr Clin North Am, 55 (1), 223-50, xii, 2008.
  3. Harper, J, Hinds, PS, Baker, JN, Hicks, J, Spunt, SL, Razzouk, BI. Creating a palliative and end-of-life program in a cure-oriented pediatric setting: the zig-zag method. J Pediatr Oncol Nurs, 24 (5), 246-54, 2007.
  4. Baker, JN, Torkildson, C, Baillargeon, JG, Olney, CA, Kane, JR. National survey of pediatric residency program directors and residents regarding education in palliative medicine and end-of-life care. J Palliat Med, 10 (2), 420-9, 2007.
  5. Baker, JN, Barfield, R, Hinds, PS, Kane, JR. A process to facilitate decision making in pediatric stem cell transplantation: the individualized care planning and coordination model. Biol Blood Marrow Transplant, 13 (3), 245-54, 2007.
  6. Hinds, PS, Schum, L, Baker, JN, Wolfe, J. Key factors affecting dying children and their families. J Palliat Med, 8 Suppl 1, S70-8, 2006.