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Let's Talk About Living and Dying Well Today

Advance care planning (ACP) is the process of eliciting a person's values and wishes in the event they are seriously ill. It is founded on the principle of precedent autonomy as well as shared decision making. Every person has the right to make decisions with regards to future healthcare in the event he or she loses mental capacity.
This conversation is difficult but neccessary, and is currently facilitated in all re-structured hospitals. However, there is a need to move the conversation out of the healthcare setting to the dinner table at home.
This talk sheds light on Singapore's journey in ACP, the evidence base of local practice, implementation efforts as well as future directions.
Date / Time
20 September 2019 / 7.30 am - 8.30 am
1 hour
Centre for Healthcare Innovation, Level 2, Hall 1

What topics can we expect?

  • Singapore's journey in Advance Care Planning (ACP)
  • Evidence base of local practice and implementation efforts
  • Future directions in ACP

Who should attend?

All healthcare professionals including doctors, nurses, AHPs, pharmacists and administrative staff. CME/CNE Points will be awarded.

Register here.

Event Category
CME Events
CNE Events
Contact Person
ACP Coordinator
Event Fees
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