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How to Talk to Your Patients about End-of-Life Care: A Conversation Ready Toolkit for Clinicians
Current average rating is 3 stars.
This toolkit is intended to help clinicians address some of the challenges of engaging with patients and families in end-of-life care conversations over time, with the goal of providing respectful end-of-life care that is concordant with patients’ stated goals, values, and preferences.
"Conversation Ready": A Framework for Improving End-of-Life Care (Second Edition)
Current average rating is 5 stars.
This white paper presents a framework built on five core principles to help health care organizations and clinicians develop reliable processes to engage patients in conversations about their wishes for end-of-life care, steward that information, and provide respectful end-of-life care that is concordant with patients’ stated goals, values, and preferences.
WIHI: End-of-Life Care and How Communities Can Become "Conversation Ready"
Current average rating is 4 stars.
January 15, 2014 | What role can communities play in having conversations with loved ones about wishes for end-of-life care? It can help to have others in the community to turn to for ideas, resources, and support – especially if the “kitchen table” conversation with important people in one’s life isn’t happening so readily.
What's Holding You Back from "Having the Conversation" About End-of-Life Care?
Current average rating is 3 stars.
Ellen Goodman, co-founder of The Conversation Project, and Nathan Kottkamp, creator of National Healthcare Decisions Day, hosted a nationwide webinar to discuss the ongoing challenges Americans face when "having the conversation" about end-of-life care.
WIHI: Who’s Conversation Ready? How Health Care Can Respect End-of-Life Wishes
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October 24, 2013 | This WIHI discusses two groundbreaking initiatives to reduce the confusion and improve the circumstances that surround end-of-life care for most Americans: The Conversation Project and Conversation Ready.
Is Your Organization "Conversation Ready"?
Current average rating is 4 stars.
Health care providers and organizations need to be “conversation ready” — that is, capable of asking about and understanding what matters most to patients, and respecting every individual’s end-of-life wishes. This article articulates emerging conversation-ready principles.
Engaging Patients and Their Loved Ones in the Ultimate Conversation
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The Conversation Project, a grassroots public campaign, is encouraging conversations about end-of-life wishes and teaming up with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, whose "Conversation Ready" initiative aims to help health systems and providers develop the skills to respect and carry out those end-of-life wishes.
WIHI: Conversations as Cornerstones of End-of-Life Wishes
Current average rating is 5 stars.
August 30, 2012 | The Conversation Project is spreading stories, sharing tips and templates for getting started, and harnessing the power of social media to get people talking about their end-of-life wishes.
"Have You Had 'The Conversation'?": Ellen Goodman, IHI International Summit 2012 Keynote
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In her keynote presentation at IHI's 13th Annual International Summit, Ellen Goodman shares her thoughts on The Conversation Project, which aims to create a cultural movement to normalize “the conversation” and to have every person’s end-of-life preferences expressed and respected.
WIHI: Have You Had "The Conversation"? Helping Loved Ones Discuss End-of-Life Preferences
Current average rating is 5 stars.
January 26, 2012 | The Conversation Project seeks to create a cultural movement with one basic goal: to help every American say what they want at the end of life so that family members and medical providers have the guidance they need to respect those preferences.
  

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