Which online format is most effective for assisting Baby Boomers to complete advance directives? A randomised controlled trial of email prompting versus online education

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    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 24 Nov 2015
    EventAdvance Care Planning & End of Life Care National Conference - Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, Australia
    Duration: 24 Nov 201525 Nov 2015


    ConferenceAdvance Care Planning & End of Life Care National Conference
    OtherThis year two events are being held “back to back” offering 40 speakers with 18 hours of education over two days, open to everyone under one registration process to ensure the best opportunities for learning needs.

    On 24 November, the full day Victorian Department of Health and Human Services Forum is a must-attend event for anyone involved in implementing advance care planning in any jurisdiction. It will showcase innovative projects funded by the Department under the Victorian Strategy for Health Services 2014-18, with results emerging that shed new light on how we approach advance care planning.

    On the evening of 24 November, the 2015 Advance Care Planning and End of Life Care National Conference Official Networking Events offer the chance for peers to discuss latest developments in quality surroundings, with a three course meal and guest speakers.

    On 25 November, the National program continues under the theme of “Strategy in Action – Driving Change to the Consumer” with more than 25 speakers covering:

    How we engage consumers for the changes they may need
    What sustains the systems that deliver change and what lessons are we learning
    An exciting hypothetical about challenges in advancing effective ACP and EoLC.

    The National Conference activities are premier vehicles for collaboration as “Advance Care Planning Australia” initiatives of Austin Health, attended by not only health, medicine and nursing professionals, but care and community groups, government, academia, research, the law and advocacy.

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