Shared decision-making about goals of care at end of life: What does implementation research have to offer?

May 19, 2022
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Online – Zoom

People increasingly seek to shape the goals of their care at the end of life. Goals of Care interventions (living wills, advance care directives, treatment escalation plans, complex shared decision-making tools) have focused on ensuring dignity and comfort at times when it is impossible for people to articulate their preferences and influence the conduct of their care because of physical or mental incapacity. These interventions also call for the design and implementation of institutional processes through which preferences can be recorded, negotiated into practice, and then enacted on the person’s behalf. This is often a real challenge.

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