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Felice Zilberfein

TitleASSISTANT PROFESSOR
InstitutionMount Sinai
DepartmentPreventive Medicine
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    1. Snow A, Dorfman D, Warbet R, Cammarata M, Eisenman S, Zilberfein F, Isola L, Navada S. A randomized trial of hypnosis for relief of pain and anxiety in adult cancer patients undergoing bone marrow procedures. J Psychosoc Oncol. 2012; 30(3):281-93.
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    2. Snow A, Warner J, Zilberfein F. The increase of treatment options at the end of life: impact on the social work role in an inpatient hospital setting. Soc Work Health Care. 2008; 47(4):376-91.
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    3. Schnurman KK, Zilberfein F, Augurt A, Brosnan M, Song YM. Social work interventions with living related liver donors: the implications for practice. Prog Transplant. 2005 Dec; 15(4):353-62.
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    4. Zilberfein F, Hutson C, Snyder S, Epstein I. Social work practice with pre- and post-liver transplant patients: a retrospective self study. Soc Work Health Care. 2001; 33(3-4):91-104.
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    5. Zilberfein F. Children of Holocaust survivors: separation obstacles, attachments, and anxiety. Soc Work Health Care. 1996; 23(3):35-55.
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    6. Zilberfein F, Eskin V. Helping Holocaust survivors with the impact of illness and hospitalization: social work role. Soc Work Health Care. 1992; 18(1):59-70.
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    7. Bennett CJ, Legon J, Zilberfein F. The significance of empathy in current hospital based practice. Soc Work Health Care. 1989; 14(2):27-41.
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