The program for the 2017 Advance Care Planning and End of Life (ACPEL) Conference in Banff is now available.
Pre-Conference Sessions (Part 1)
Session 1: CRIO
1. How do people with disabilities perceive advance care planning – Robin Gray, University of Calgary
2. Differences in survey methodology of two Advance Care Planning survey polls conducted in Alberta, Canada – Sunita Ghosh, Alberta Health Services-CancerControl
3. Efficacy of Advance Care Planning and Goals of Care Designations Discussions: A Randomized Controlled Trial and Video Intervention – Maureen Douglas, University of Alberta
4. Identification of indicators to monitor successful implementation of Advance Care Planning policies: a modified Delphi study – Patricia Biondo, University of Calgary
5. The economics of advance care planning, Konrad Fassbender, University of Alberta; Covenant Health
Session 2: Health Care Consent, Advance Care Planning, and Goals of Care: The Challenge to Get It Right in Ontario
Health Care Consent, Advance Care Planning, and Goals of Care: The Challenge to Get It Right in Ontario – Tara Walton, Ontario Palliative Care Network Secretariat
Session 3: How to Invite Clinicians to Initiate ACP
1. How to Invite Clinicians to Initiate ACP to Residents, Patients, and Family Carers? – Luc Deliens
2. Development of a complex intervention to support the initiation of advance care planning by general practitioners in patients at risk of deteriorating or dying: a phase 0-1 study – Aline De Vleminck, Free University of Brussels & Ghent University
Pre-Conference Sessions (Part 2)
Session 1: Faith Based Workshop
Inviting the voice of Spirituality within the conversation of Advanced Care Planning – Thomas Butler, Bon Secours Health System Inc.
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