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The Advance Care Planning Module uses a team approach to reduce errors and improve the quality of health care for older adults. This interdisciplinary formative assessment tool for Elder Safety can be utilized by fourth-year medical students, residents in training and practicing physicians. Learners will take a pre-test, review learning objectives, exemplar and video demonstrations, have access to reference materials and links to websites for Advance Care Planning. Content experts share their professional experience on the sensitive topic of addressing patient goals of care in preparation for death and dying. Information on Advance Directives, legal considerations, clinician resources, cultural and gender differences, patient competency and capacity concerns are presented in a straight forward way to aid the medical professional in their ability to facilitate end-of-life care.
1. Healthcare professionals working with the 65 years and older population will develop knowledge and skills needed to formulate a health policy and educate patients about an Advance Care Plan.
2. Healthcare professionals working with the 65 year and older population will gain an advanced understanding of the options available to patients when planning end-of-life care.
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Publications from, presentations from, and/or citations to this product:
Marquez-Hall, S., Horber, D. (2017) Web-based formative assessment: An innovative way to assess and improve physician/patient care using an interprofessional team approach. Joint presentation with the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners at the American Association of Osteopathic Medicine and Association of Osteopathic Directors and Medical Educators Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD
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Advance Care Planning. POGOe - Portal of Geriatrics Online Education; 2018 Available from: https://pogoe.org/taxonomy/term/1101