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Approaching ACP When Capacity is Uncertain, Fluctuating, or Likely to Deteriorate

Approaching ACP When Capacity is Uncertain, Fluctuating, or Likely to Deteriorate

Approaching ACP When Capacity is Uncertain, Fluctuating, or Likely to Deteriorate

Premila Fade
Premila Fade
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 03 May 2018
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Last updated: 21 May 2018

Reference: 188680

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Description

This session focuses on managing Advance Care Planning in situations where the patient has a disorder or impairment of the mind or brain which is fluctuating or deteriorating and is likely to affect capacity. This session was reviewed by Premila Fade and Christina Faull, and last updated in September 2016.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Identify situations where there is a high probability that non-reversible deterioration or intermittent changes in mental capacity are likely to occur
• Describe the tools and methods currently available to assess mental capacity in this context
• Discuss how to interpret wishes and behavior in context of fluctuating capacity
• Discuss the contribution and challenges that arise from involving family members in determining best interests
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Premila Fade
on behalf of Health Education England

Consultant Geriatrician since 2003, Qualified UMDS London 1992, SpR training in Wessex. MA Medical Ethics and Law King’s College London 2001. Chair British Geriatrics Society Medical Ethics Special Interest Group, Member Royal College of Physicians London, Committee on Ethical Issues in Medicine and co author of RCP Concise guideline number 12; Advance Care Planning.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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