Advance Care Planning: A Practical Guide for Physicians
Most physicians are not trained in the skills of advance care planning , and may shy away from having discussions with their patients about t he process. This book will provide practical guidance on how the phys ician or other healthcare provider can facilitate and implement advanc e care planning. Scenarios and sample scripts of conversations will b e included so that the physician or other provider can envision and pl an discussions with patients. The book will include information prepa red specifically for patients and proxies that the physician/provider can share.
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