29 Jan 2019 | Advance Care Planning
In association with the Choosing Wisely Forum, the Health Quality & Safety Commission is offering three-hour Serious Illness Conversation Guide training on Thursday 9 May (the afternoon before the forum). The training helps clinicians feel more confident to have quality conversations with seriously ill people.
Where: Health Quality & Safety Commission, Level 9, 17–21 Whitmore Street, Wellington
When: Thursday 9 May 2019, 2.30–5.30pm
For more information and to register, visit the Serious Illness Conversation Guide event page on our website.
About the Serious Illness Conversation Guide
The Serious Illness Conversation Guide was developed by American non-profit organisation Ariadne Labs with Atul Gawande, following the publication of his book Being Mortal.
The guide is a set of structured questions drawn from best practices in basic palliative care which serves as a framework for clinicians to explore topics that are crucial to gaining a full understanding about what is most important to patients.
The three-hour SICG training workshop will: