Preparing for the final journey: Advance care planning and end-of-life care from a global nursing perspective
Xinyi Xu, BSN, RN
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Limited decision-making capacity in end-of-life patients affects their abilities to express their preferences in medical decisions. Advance care planning (ACP) is a process of communication that enables individuals to consider those decisions ahead of time. This webinar provides an overview of ACP and end-of-life care and how these topics can be applied to nursing around the globe.
- Describe nurses’ roles and responsibilities in ACP and end-of-life communications from a global perspective.
- Identify potential approaches to improve the practice of ACP and end-of-life care.
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