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Tag Archives: Advance care planning at end of life
Relatives’ experiences with Advance Care Planning
Anouk Overbeek is a postdoctoral researcher at the Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands. With, among others, Agnes van der Heide, Judith Rietjens and Ida Korfage, she conducted a randomised controlled trial on the effects of Advance Care Planning in frail older people … Continue reading
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Advance Care Planning conversation: An open or a scripted conversation?
Continuing a series of posts from members of the ACTION Consortium about their European study that aims to investigate how to support people with advanced cancer to have a conversation about preferences and wishes. Marieke Zwakman, Marijke Kars and Hans … Continue reading
The time is nigh: When to hold an advance care planning conversation?
Continuing our occasional series of posts from members of the ACTION Consortium about their European study that aims to investigate how to help people with advanced cancer to have a conversation about preferences and wishes. Sheila Payne, Emeritus Professor, International … Continue reading
Can saving money be unethical? What we know empirically and should know ethically about the cost-implications of Advance Care Planning
Georg Marckmann and Corinna Klingler, Institute for Ethics, History and Theory of Medicine, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich; Jürgen in der Schmitten, Institute for General Practice, Heinrich-Heine University of Düsseldorf, Germany, explain the background to their longer article selected as Editor’s Choice in the … Continue reading
From ‘Death Talks’ to Advance Care Planning?
Last month, we published the start of an occasional series of posts from members of the ACTION Consortium about their European study that aims to support people with advanced cancer to discuss end-of-life wishes. Today, we hear from ACTION members, … Continue reading