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National advance care planning conference is October 23-26

Registration is open for the second annual National Share the Experience (NSTE) conference, being hosted by Respecting Choices® October 23-26 in Bloomington, Minn.

Improving Person-Centered Outcomes Through Collaboration is the focus of the four-day conference, aimed at physicians and other health care professionals, advance care planning (ACP) coordinators, community volunteers, attorneys and more. Speakers will share best practices and learnings from evidence-based Respecting Choices programs that jointly collaborate by combining complementary ACP and shared decision-making programs.

The event also will feature a pre-conference workshop on October 23: Shared Decision Making in Serious Illness: Honoring Preferences During Clinical Decision Making. The four-hour program will focus on clinical decision-making in serious illness and will examine the value of a national framework for shared decision making, demonstrate the use of certified decision aids, and illustrate the importance of the interdisciplinary team in achieving the goals of person-centered care.

To register or for more information, including a detailed agenda and speaker information, click here.

Respecting Choices® is an internationally recognized, evidence-based model of advance care planning. The Wisconsin Medical Society’s ACP initiative, Honoring Choices Wisconsin, partners with Respecting Choices to utilize the training, principles and methodology of its First Steps™ model.

The name “Honoring Choices Wisconsin” is used under license from the Twin Cities Medical Society Foundation.
RESPECTING CHOICES® is a registered mark used under license from Gundersen Lutheran Medical Foundation, Inc.

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