Advance care planning education in pulmonary rehabilitation: A qualitative study exploring participant perspectives.

@article{Burge2013AdvanceCP,
  title={Advance care planning education in pulmonary rehabilitation: A qualitative study exploring participant perspectives.},
  author={Angela T Burge and Annemarie Lee and Mandy Nicholes and Stephanie Purcell and Belinda R Miller and Naomi Norris and Sarah McArdle and Sean Sandilands and Anne E Holland},
  journal={Palliative medicine},
  year={2013},
  volume={27 6},
  pages={508-15}
}
BACKGROUND Advance care planning is considered to have an important role in the management of people with chronic lung disease; however, uptake in clinical practice remains limited. Participant acceptance of the inclusion of an advance care planning information session in pulmonary rehabilitation and maintenance programmes could support a practical solution. AIM To evaluate the introduction of a structured group advance care planning information session from the perspective of participants in… CONTINUE READING
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