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  • Advance Care Planning (ACP) & Health Care Consent (HCC)

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    This 3-part course is open to the public and explores the process of advance care planning in more detail using interactive activities and case studies. The module is self-directed and allows the user to move through the slides at their own pace. There is no narration with this module and it is approximately 30 to 45 minutes in length.

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  • ACP - HCC > Part 1: Introduction

    Learning Objectives for Part 1

    > Identify the importance of Advance Care Planning 

    > Describe the difference between Advance Care Planning and Health Care Consent 

    > Raise awareness of the benefits of Advance Care Planning 

    > Increase knowledge about the legislation in Ontario that shapes Advance Care Planning and Health Care Consent

  • ACP - HCC > Part 2: Starting the Conversation

    Learning Objectives for Part 2

    > Describe the process of Advance Care Planning (ACP) and link to Health Care Consent (HCC)

    > Consider the needs of the older adult in the Advance Care Planning process 

    > Consider the stages of readiness 

    > Identify effective communication skills, tips and approaches to initiate conversations

  • ACP - HCC > Part 3: Having the Conversation

    Learning Objectives for Part 3 

    > Identify differences between ACP, Goals of Care (GoC) and Treatment plans.

    > Identify effective communication skills, tips & strategies to facilitate ongoing ACP, GoC & HCC conversations

    > Identify the key elements of documentation 

    > Consider the impact of conflict on important conversations & management strategies





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