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Patients needed for research on Advance Care Planning

Bay of Plenty is one of five sites for a piece of research exploring motivations for, and experiences of, advance care planning amongst people with life limiting disease.

It’s being led by Auckland University and will include interviewing adults (over 18 years of age) with a life-limiting illness who consent to participate in a discussion about their future health needs.

Interviews will take up to an hour and be facilitated by Ellen Fisher, Future Care Planning Implementation Manager at BOPDHB.

The research application has been authorised by the BOP Clinical School and is supported by Te Amorangi Kāhui Kaumātua Council.

Please contact Ellen if you have a patient who is interested in participating in the research- ellen.fisher@bopdhb.govt.nz 

Click here for the information and the consent form.

 


Last updated : Thursday, August 30, 2018

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