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Advance Care Planning and COVID-19

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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and increasing questions around advance care planning delivery at this time, Advance Care Planning Australia (ACPA) and the End of Life Directions for Aged Care (ELDAC) program will host a series of webinars this month for various health sector audiences, including aged care, GPs and healthcare/hospitals.

The ELDAC webinar series will provide a Q&A style format for frontline staff with experts within the aged care and specialist palliative care sectors to explore a broad range of issues facing those working in the aged care sector.

The ACPA webinars will feature panellists including ACPA representatives and various sector experts and will cover:

  • advance care planning priorities and actions required in the context of COVID-19
  • roles and responsibilities of the workforce and service providers in advance care planning during COVID-19
  • ACPA resources available for consumers, staff and service providers.

The webinars are as follows:

Date Topic and Link for Registration Further Information
15 April 2020
1.00-2.00pm (AEST)
End of Life Directions for Aged Care in Residential Care
Click Here to Register
End of Life Directions for Aged Care
17 April 2020
2.00 – 2.45 (AEST)
COVID-19 and ACP Webinar for Healthcare & Hospital Services Professionals Advance Care Planning Australia
 
23 April 2020
2.00-2.45 (AEST)
COVID-19 and ACP Webinar for Aged Care Professionals Advance Care Planning Australia
 
 
28 April 2020
6.30 – 7.30pm (AEST)
COVID-19 and ACP Webinar for General Practitioners Advance Care Planning Australia
 
30 April 2020
1.00-2.00pm (AEST)
End of Life Directions for Aged Care in Home Care
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End of Life Directions for Aged Care



Source:
Unknown Author, 2020, Department of Health

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