Rethinking Advance Care Planning
24 June 2021


Dr Chetna Malhotra                                                  

Assistant Professor                                                             
Lien Centre for Palliative Care                                          
Duke-NUS Medical School

Editors:       
Prof Eric A. Finkelstein
Dr Ada Portia M. Batcagan-Abueg



Key Messages


1. Our studies provide evidence that patients’ end of life care preferences change over time.

2. This suggests that most patients do not hold strongly held preferences regarding what forms of end of life care they want.

3. We discuss the implications of these findings and propose that it is time to rethink about how ACP can best be implemented to provide quality end of life care.

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