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How to Negotiate Decisions Which May Be Difficult to Implement

How to Negotiate Decisions Which May Be Difficult to Implement

How to Negotiate Decisions Which May Be Difficult to Implement

Paul Paes
Paul Paes
on behalf of Health Education England

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

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This session considers how health and social care professionals can sensitively handle advance care planning (ACP) situations where needs, preferences and expectations are unrealistic or may not be achievable. This session was reviewed by Paul Paes and Christina Faull and last updated in December 2014.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Specify factors which may contribute to the development of unrealistic patient wishes and preferences
• Recognise your own limitations and boundaries in handling this type of conversation
• Describe how to negotiate with the patient whose wishes and preferences may not be achievable
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Paul Paes
on behalf of Health Education England

Paul Paes is a Consultant and Clinical Senior Lecturer in Palliative Medicine, based at Northumbria NHS Trust, the Marie Curie Hospice Newcastle and Newcastle University. His clinical work covers inpatient and community services, and he has a particular interest in palliative care for non-malignant conditions.

Previous research has looked at services for heart failure patients and he is currently involved in developing services for patients with dementia. Current research interests include the supervision of two doctorates looking at the ethics of sedation in palliative care and aspects of advance care planning.

Paul’s other main interest lies in education. He is co-author of the Association for Palliative Medicine Undergraduate Syllabus, and he is currently studying for a doctorate in education.

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

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