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National Advance Care Directive Prevalence Study 2018

10/07/2018

Advance Care Planning Australia is inviting GP clinics, aged care providers and hospitals to participate in the National Advance Care Directive Prevalence Study 2018.
 
The aim of this national study is to:
  • build a national picture of the prevalence of Advance Care Directives (ACDs) across all health and care services; and
  • evaluate how well an individual’s clinical care plan aligns with their documented personal preferences.
GP clinics, hospitals and residential aged care providers are invited to take part in the study. The research involves auditing the health records of people aged 65 and over to determine the prevalence of ACDs and other advance care planning documentation.
 
To apply to take part in the study and for further information, visit the ACPA website or call 1300 208 582. Applications close Thursday 26 July 2018.
 
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