Advance Care Planning and Shared Decision-Making
October 5, 2022
Advance Care Planning is a process, not a one-time event that includes an individual and their loved ones. People’s goals change over time. As we saw with Covid-19, many patients changed their minds regarding ventilators and life support. Stephanie Anderson from Respecting Choices says it’s not just enough to educate about advance care planning but about introducing “shared decision-making.” Learn more about these conversations and what you need to focus on when implementing.
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