Supporting Advance Care Planning
for Patients through Oncology
Professional Education
Angela Bedard, MSc
Elizabeth Beddard...
Outline
• Advance Care Planning - what it means to me
• Advance Care Planning - education
• THINK about what’s right for you
• LEARN about the medical treatments/procedures being
offered at end of life
• CHOOSE y...
BC Cancer Agency
•

Provides screening,
diagnosis and care

•

Sets treatment
standards, and conducts
research
Planning our approach to meet patient needs
and staff education
Patient Needs
Highest Need
Personal support

Intermediate ...
Introduction to ACP
30 Minute Tutorial
• Benefits
• Legal Documents
• Healthcare
provider’s role
• BC Cancer Agency
policy
Engaging Content
• Scenarios
• Videos
• Knowledge checks
• “Inter-activities”

Supplementary Materials:
• Resources for Pa...
Demo
www.learninghub.phsa.ca
Course Title:
Introduction to Advance Care Planning
Contributions from…
Who has taken course?
Departments
Results
Lessons Learned
• Multimedia education – good introduction
• Some staff want more in-depth
• Patients need to be approache...
Contact Info

angela.bedard@bccancer.bc.ca
BC Cancer Agency
604-877-6000 ext. 673270
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Supporting the Integration of Advance Care Planning for Cancer Patients through Oncology Professional Education

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This presentation was delivered in session C1 of Quality Forum 2014 by:

Angela Bedard
Program Facilitator, Provincial Survivorship Program
BC Cancer Agency

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Supporting the Integration of Advance Care Planning for Cancer Patients through Oncology Professional Education

  1. 1. Supporting Advance Care Planning for Patients through Oncology Professional Education Angela Bedard, MSc Elizabeth Beddard-Huber, MSN
  2. 2. Outline • Advance Care Planning - what it means to me • Advance Care Planning - education
  3. 3. • THINK about what’s right for you • LEARN about the medical treatments/procedures being offered at end of life • CHOOSE your Substitute Decision Maker • TALK about your wishes • RECORD your wishes • REVIEW your plan regularly
  4. 4. BC Cancer Agency • Provides screening, diagnosis and care • Sets treatment standards, and conducts research
  5. 5. Planning our approach to meet patient needs and staff education Patient Needs Highest Need Personal support Intermediate Need Access to Resources Lowest Need Access to Resources Staff Education Expert Level Workshops - 2 hours+ EPEC-O and Conversations Matter Intermediate Level Online and In Person Training 30 minutes Basic Level General Agency Communications Email, Posters, Newsletters
  6. 6. Introduction to ACP 30 Minute Tutorial • Benefits • Legal Documents • Healthcare provider’s role • BC Cancer Agency policy
  7. 7. Engaging Content • Scenarios • Videos • Knowledge checks • “Inter-activities” Supplementary Materials: • Resources for Patients and Staff
  8. 8. Demo www.learninghub.phsa.ca Course Title: Introduction to Advance Care Planning
  9. 9. Contributions from…
  10. 10. Who has taken course?
  11. 11. Departments
  12. 12. Results
  13. 13. Lessons Learned • Multimedia education – good introduction • Some staff want more in-depth • Patients need to be approached in different ways
  14. 14. Contact Info angela.bedard@bccancer.bc.ca BC Cancer Agency 604-877-6000 ext. 673270

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