How is advance care planning conceptualised in Australia? Findings from key informant interviews.

@article{Rhee2011HowIA,
  title={How is advance care planning conceptualised in Australia? Findings from key informant interviews.},
  author={Joel Rhee and Nicholas A. Zwar},
  journal={Australian health review : a publication of the Australian Hospital Association},
  year={2011},
  volume={35 2},
  pages={197-203}
}
OBJECTIVE Advance Care Planning (ACP) has been gaining prominence as an important component of good end-of-life care. This study explored how ACP is conceptualised by stakeholder organisations and clinicians involved in aged care and end-of-life care in Australia, in particular their views on the aim, appropriate context and settings for ACP, and how ACP should be facilitated. PARTICIPANTS Twenty-three participants including expert clinicians and representatives of government organisations… CONTINUE READING

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