Hospitals & Services

Advance Care Planning

Advance Care Planning

Advance Care Planning (ACP) is a process that enables a competent person to think about, discuss and document their wishes about the type of medical care and treatment they would want to receive in the future. Level One ACP Training comprises of Four E-Learning Modules which help health care workers understand and explain the process and benefits of Advance Care Planning and the legal basis on which it sits. These modules are certificated on completion and are a prerequisite for anyone going on to undertake the Level Two training.
 
Each module takes approximately 1.5- 2 hours.
 

1. Considering Advance Care Planning

Considering Advance Care Planning  is an interactive module which will guide you through the full Advance Care Planning process.


2. Talking about Advance Care Planning

Talking about Advance Care Planning is an interactive module which helps to prepare you for having Advance Care Planning conversations with your patients.

 

3. Changing Outcomes

Changing Outcomes is an interactive module which helps you understand how healthcare decisions are made when a patient can't speak for themselves.
 

4. Clarifying Advance Care Planning Process

Clarifying Advance Care Planning Process is an interactive module which helps you clarify the policy and procedures for your organisation. 
 
 

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Page last reviewed: 03 July 2014
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