Advance Care Planning in End of Life Care
Thomas, Keri (EDT)
Lobo, Ben (EDT)
Detering, Karen (EDT)
Oxford Univ Pr 2018/02
313 p. illustrations ; 25 cm
Comprehensive overview of Advance Care Planning (ACP) to help all health and social care professionals understand the subject and implement care in their area. Prev. ed.: 2011.
ACP is an essential part of end of life care with patients improving their chances of 'a good death' by creating plans with their families and carers. This new edition gives a comprehensive overview of ACP, explores a wide range of issues and practicalities in providing end of life care, and offers a worldwide perspective.
Table of Contents
Section 1: Introduction to Advance Care Planning 1: Keri Thomas: Overview and introduction to Advance Care Planning 2: Sarah Russell and Karen Detering: What are the benefits of Advance Care Planning and how do we know? 3: Anjali Mullick and Jonathan Martin: An introduction to Advance Care Planning: Practice at the frontline 4: Josie Dixon: Person-centred care: How does Advance Care Planning support this and what are the economic benefits? 5: Martin J. Vernon: Advance Care Planning and caring for an ageing population 6: Max Watson and Mark Thomas: Spiritual and ethical and aspects of Advance Care Planning 7: Tony Bonser: Advance Care Planning: A personal view and stories from the frontline Section 2: Context and experience of Advance Care Planning in the UK 8: Claire Henry and Keri Thomas: Advance Care Planning in the UK: Update on policy and practice 9: Ben Lobo: 1. Advance Decisions to Refuse Treatment (ADRT) and the impact of wider legislation 10: David Pitcher: Discussions and decisions about cardiopulmonary resuscitation 11: Simon Chapman: 1. The implications of the Mental Capacity Act (MCA) 2005 for Advance Care Planning and decision making 12: Maggie Stobart-Rowlands and Mandy Thorn: Experience of use of Advance Care Planning in care homes 13: Pete Nightingale, Chris Absolon, and Scott Murray: Advance Care Planning in the community 14: Sarah Russell and Simon Noble: Advance Care Planning in hospices and palliative care 15: Clare Marlow, Karen Groves, and Premila Fade: Advance Care Planning in hospitals 16: Angela Thompson: 1. Advance Care Planning: Thinking ahead for parents, carers, children, and young people 17: Karen Harrison Denning: Advance Care Planning and people with dementia Section 3: Experience of Advance Care Planning Internationally 18: Karen Detering and Josephine Clayton: Advance Care Planning in Australia 19: Doris Barwich, John You, Jessica Simon, Louise Hanvey, and Cari Hoffman: Advance Care Planning in Canada 20: Maria J. Silveira and Phillip Rodgers: Advance directives and Advance Care Planning: the US experience 21: Leigh Mason and Shona Muir: Advance Care Planning in New Zealand: Our Voice 22: Georg Marckmann, Kornelia Goetze, and Jurgen in der Schmitten: Advance Care Planning in Germany1. : On track to nationwide implementation 23: Irwin Clement Alphonsus Wai Hoong Chung: Advance Care Planning in an Asian Country Section 4: Practicalities and areas of common ground 24: Sarah Russell: Communication skills and Advance Care Planning 25: Karen Detering, Elizabeth Sutton, and Scott Fraser: 1. Advance Care Planning in chronic disease: Finding the known in the midst of the unknown 26: Nigel Mathers and Craig Sinclair: Planning ahead in all areas 27: Muir Gray, Rammya Matthews, and Keri Thomas: A population-based approach to end of life care and Advance Care Planning Appendix 1: Keri Thomas, Ben Lobo, and Karen Detering: Useful websites and resources