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Advance Care Planning

Advance Care Planning (ACP) involves conversations between healthcare professionals, patients and their family members about the patient's future healthcare plans.

Having these discussions can reduce crisis decision-making and ensure that medical decisions are made in the patient's best interest.

AIC, together with the ACP Steering Committee, has facilitated training for over 1,400 ACP facilitators and organised awareness talks for healthcare staff in restructured hospitals, nursing homes, hospices and dialysis centres.

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