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Advance Care Planning in End of Life Care$
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Keri Thomas, Ben Lobo, and Karen Detering

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780198802136

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2018

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198802136.001.0001

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Advance care planning in New Zealand: our Voice—tō tātou reo

Advance care planning in New Zealand: our Voice—tō tātou reo

(p.227) Chapter 21 Advance care planning in New Zealand: our Voice—tō tātou reo
Advance Care Planning in End of Life Care

Leigh Manson

Shona Muir

Oxford University Press

Advance care planning (ACP) in New Zealand has grown as a people’s movement resourced by passionate individuals across the country. This people’s movement is a whole of systems approach led by the national ACP Cooperative. The approach has provided a permissive platform for the national evolution of ACP and has allowed ACP to quickly gain momentum. It has facilitated the collaboration of multiple interest groups with consumers at the centre and has provided an environment for innovation. The ACP Cooperative used a deployment model to drive the work. The model insured that the movement focused on engaging healthcare leadership and the community, educating clinicians, and the public, whilst keeping the patient and their family/whānau values at the centre of the process. The Cooperative is acutely aware that providing patient value-based care for people as they approach the end of their lives sets the precedent for how all healthcare could be delivered.

Keywords:   New Zealand, people powered, deployment, Cooperative, engagement, education, continuous quality improvement, system infrastructure, conversations that count, training, communication skills

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