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Religion, Spirituality, and Culture in Advance Care PlanningIII Implementing Advance Care Planning: Model ProgramsPersonality Styles Associated With Decision MakingMinimizing the Dying in DeathThe Institute of Medicine Principles and Advance Care PlanningProgressive DementiaReflectionCompassionate CommunicationChallenges to Effective Advance Care PlanningNutritional SupportRational KnowledgeAdvance Care Planning and the Problem of OvertreatmentImprovement ScienceReflective Practice: Discovering Countertransference and CotransferenceUniversal Positive ChangeThe Consumer Movement and Advent of Advance DirectivesCROSS-CULTURAL INFLUENCES AND ADVANCE CARE PLANNINGTaking Comfort in ComplexityBACKGROUNDUnderutilizationTHE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITY IN ADVANCE CARE PLANNINGFocus on Autonomy and ControlOverview of Advance Medical Planning“To Err Is Human”: Building a Safer Health SystemADVANCE CARE PLANNING IS PERSON-CENTEREDPsychological ConsiderationsMaking Quality Improvement DifficultCultural ConsiderationsAdvance Medical Care Planning: The Legal EnvironmentIdentifying Patients With Particular Needs: The Gold Standards FrameworkNATIONAL INITIATIVESThe Coalition for Compassionate Care of CaliforniaEDUCATIONNURSING HOMESMULTIPLE CARE CONSIDERATIONS BY DOMAINProfessionalizationReliance on ExpertsA STORY OF BELIEF AND END-OF-LIFE CARE DECISION MAKINGCPRThe Importance of Local LeadershipTHE MAJOR KEY: RESCUE AS NATIONAL IDEOLOGYThe Leadership ChallengeMaximum Conservative Treatment and CareAdvance Care Planning: Considerations for Practice With Older AdultsTHE IMPORTANCE OF CULTUREPassion, Persistence, and PenniesOn Writing One's Own Advance DirectiveProblems With Advance DirectivesTHE KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY AND THE CULTURE OF DECISION MAKINGBEHAVIORAL CHANGE MODEL FOR PLANNINGWHAT DOES ADVANCE CARE PLANNING ASK OF US?THE MINOR KEY: PALLIATIVE CARE, THE VIRTUES OF CLASSICAL CITIZENSHIP, AND A NEW END-OF-LIFE CONVERSATIONLack of a Seamless Health Care SystemWho Has the Time?Set the AgendaAdvance Care Planning as a Public Health IssueBad Death/Dying PoorlyArrhythmiaSix Leadership Actions From Kabcenell and ConwayHealth Policy and End of Life (EOL) in the United StatesAdvance Care PlanningHONESTY AND HOPEWhose Role Is It Anyway?HemiplegiaV Selected Resources on Advance Care Planning and End-of-Life CarePrefaceConversations That Matter: Stories and MobilesTHE PROBLEM OF OVERTREATMENTDEATH IS NOT THE ENEMYBarriers to Advance Care Planning: A Sociological PerspectiveHow Is Information and Education Provided to Almost 30,000 Staff?MOBILES AND SHATTERED GLASSBringing the Community Back InFinancial ConsiderationsJOURNALSFailure or Success?The Triple AimA STAGED APPROACH TO ACPDifficulties in Deciding on Specific TreatmentsVentilator / Respirator / Mechanical Ventilation / Breathing MachinePREDICTABLE CAREGIVING NEEDS OF PERSONS WITH DEMENTIAII Best Practices for Communicating About End-of-Life CareLet's Make a Deal: The Importance of Recognizing an OpportunityPolicy Issues for Health Care InstitutionsTHE COMMUNICATION REVOLUTION IN ADVANCE CARE PLANNING: A NEW PATH FORWARDWorlds of Connection: Applying an Interdisciplinary Relational Model of Care© to Communicating About End of LifeThe Role of Contemporary Nursing HomesPotential Benefits of Advance Care PlanningSTATE OR REGIONAL INITIATIVESThe Longevity RevolutionPUBLIC ENGAGEMENTRELIGIOUS PERSPECTIVES ON ADVANCE CARE PLANNING AND ADVANCE DIRECTIVESPrepareIdentify HopeThe Unasked QuestionPRIMARY FOCUS ON ADVANCE CARE PLANNINGJUST TALK ABOUT ITCAN THE RESPECTING CHOICES MODEL BE SUCCESSFULLY REPLICATED?VALUES AND GOALSQUALITY IMPROVEMENT AND LEADING LARGE-SCALE CHANGEDISCUSSION OF THE ABOVE ADVANCE DIRECTIVEHow Did We Get Here: A Brief History of Advance Care PlanningLack of Awareness About Advance Directives and Advance Care PlanningResident Health and Functional Status CharacteristicsPERCEPTIONS OF SUFFERING AT THE EOLDeskilling in the Knowledge SocietyDEALING WITH DARK EMOTIONSImprovement and the Institute for Healthcare ImprovementRECONCEPTUALIZING PLANNING IN ADVANCE FOR CARETHE CONTEMPORARY LEGAL ENVIRONMENTA HEALTH PROMOTION AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT CONTEXT FOR ADVANCE CARE PLANNINGNormalize Feelings of Relief in GriefDetermine Understanding of IllnessCOPING WITH THE REALLY BIG STORMREFERENCEExpanding Medical TechnologyPlanning for End-of-Life Care: Where Are We and How Did We Get Here?The Ideology of RescueUNCERTAINTYJeopardy: The Importance of Asking the Right QuestionDeliver the Person With Dementia From AnonymityEthical Foundations of Advance Care PlanningCONFLICTS WITH “WESTERN” MEDICAL SYSTEM VALUESUNSPOKEN CLINICAL REALITIES: TRANSFERENCE, COUNTERTRANSFERENCE, AND COTRANSFERENCEMaking Quality Improvement EasierSPIRITUAL ASSESSMENT AND ADVANCE CARE PLANNINGThe Centrality of Truth Telling or Parrhe–siaTHE PROMISE OF ADVANCE DIRECTIVESSocial ConsiderationsSpiritual ConsiderationsAphasiaCommunication Challenges in the Nursing Home SettingBEYOND OBJECTIVITY, PATERNALISM, AND AUTONOMYTHE PROFESSIONALS' OWN STORIESTerminal ConditionAdvance DirectivesENGAGEMENTHow Do You Reach the Physician Group and Move From a Curative Medical Model of Care?Kotter's Change Management ToolsLack of Health Care Provider Skills in CommunicationComplex Medical Characteristics of Nursing Home ResidentsPalliative CarePerforming IllnessSYSTEM INFRASTRUCTUREACKNOWLEDGMENTBRIEF HISTORYSetting the AgendaCalculating ValueORGANIZATION OF THIS BOOKIt Ain't Easy: Making Life And Death Decisions Before The CrisisNondisclosureTHE PUBLIC HEALTH ROLES OF DEATH EDUCATION IN SUPPORTING ADVANCE CARE PLANNINGQuality Improvement in End-of-Life CareThe Take Charge Partnership “Just Talk(s) About It:” A Model for Sustained Grassroots ActivismLEADERSHIP AND GREAT TEAMSEffective LeadershipWATCH OVER ME: THERAPEUTIC CONVERSATIONSFederal Laws Related to Advance Care Planning in Nursing HomesBrain Injury/PathologyWhen Great Teams Are Not EnoughDying for CPRAdvance Care Planning and Nursing Home Residents and Families: Lessons Inspired by TV Game ShowsThe Importance of Nursing Home StaffTHE CHALLENGE OF FACING DEATH FOR AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTHWHY HAS THE RESPECTING CHOICES APPROACH TO PLANNING WORKED WHEN OTHER APPROACHES HAVE FAILED?Delivering Higher System PerformanceReluctance to Talk About Death and DyingTRAJECTORIES OF DECLINE AT THE END OF LIFEThe Social Support System of Nursing Home ResidentsMedical ConsiderationsIdentify HopeAUTONOMY AND INTERDEPENDENCEA SHIFT TO RELATIONALITY: APPLYING THE INTERDISCIPLINARY MODEL OF CAREResource DevelopmentBOOKSKey Element #4: Continuous Quality ImprovementUnderstandingAcknowledgments“The Quality Chasm”STEWARDSHIP, JUSTICE, AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICSI Advance Care Planning: Promise and ChallengeConflicting AutonomiesDefining Advance Directives and Advance Care PlanningDying for CPRDISCUSSION: THE PROBLEMPHILOSOPHICAL UNDERPINNINGSKey Element #3: Community Engagement and EducationAdvance Care Planning: Focus on Communication and Care Planning RatherThe Unasked QuestionTailoring and Anticipatory GuidanceInspiring Improvement and Leading ChangeDISCUSSING RELIGIOUS AND SPIRITUAL ASPECTS OF ADVANCE CARE PLANNINGCOMPASSION IN THE CLINICAL RELATIONSHIPThe Attack on ProfessionsDoes the Nation's Survival Depend on a New End-of-Life Conversation?State the ObviousRespecting Choices: An Evidence-Based Advance Care Planning Program With Proven Success and ReplicationWheel of Fortune: Don't Count on Controlling EverythingPolicy and Medical OrdersCONTINUOUS QUALITY IMPROVEMENTACHIEVING IDENTITYWatch Over Me: Therapeutic Conversations in Advanced DementiaOTHERMaximum Conservative Treatment and CareAdvance Care Planning and Trying to Get WellCOMING TOGETHERINFLUENCE OF THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT ON END-OF-LIFE CARE AND ADVANCE MEDICAL PLANNINGOVERCOMING CHALLENGESFUTURETHE SICK ROLEWHAT CAN WE LEARN ABOUT ACP IN THE NURSING HOME FROM TV GAME SHOWS?THE NEXT STEPS IN ADVANCE MEDICAL PLANNINGStoring and Retrieving POLST FormsPhysical ConsiderationsCreate the SpacePLANNING FOR ENDINGSKey Element #2: Advance Care Planning Facilitation Skills Education and TrainingCASE STUDIESThe POLST Paradigm DefinedHOPE, DEATH, AND COMMUNICATION: REFLECTIONS THAT INFORM THE IRMOCTHE MEETING OF SPIRITUALITY, RELIGION, AND CULTUREHeroic SupportDiscussionTHE GOALS OF ADVANCE CARE PLANNING ARE DEFINEDIMPLEMENTING LARGE-SCALE CHANGECULTURAL DIVERSITYFrom Product to Process: From Advance Directives to Advance Care PlanningNormalize Feelings of Relief in GriefAPPLYING THE PRINCIPLES OF WATCH OVER MEIV Systems Level Change: Charting a New Path for Dying, Death, and End-of-Life CareHOW IS THE RESPECTING CHOICES APPROACH TO ADVANCE CARE PLANNING DIFFERENT FROM THE TYPICAL APPROACH TO ADVANCE DIRECTIVES?DEATH AND DYINGTHE CHALLENGE OF PLANNING FOR END OF LIFENATURAL PROGRESSION OF DEMENTIABACKGROUNDKey Element #1: Designing Systems to Support Advance Care PlanningHOW PUBLIC HEALTH CONTEXTS ADDRESS CHALLENGES AND BARRIERS TO ADVANCE CARE PLANNINGSETTING THE STAGEDEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIESTHE PROCESS OF ADVANCE CARE PLANNING INVOLVES UNDERSTANDING, REFLECTION, AND DISCUSSIONPalliative Care and the VirtuesExperts and Routine ActivitiesTailoring and Anticipatory GuidanceHistory of the ProblemOPPORTUNITIES FOR DECISION MAKING AND ADVANCE CARE PLANNINGBELIEF, PAIN, AND ADVANCE CARE PLANNINGESTABLISHING OUR IDENTITYYOUR WISH, MY COMMAND: FINDING SOLACE IN ADVANCE DIRECTIVESThe Legal Environment of Advance Care PlanningHospiceGood Death/Dying WellASSETS OF THE NURSING HOME SETTINGREFLECTIONS ON LIFE AS WE WORK WITH OTHERSGreat TeamsHigh Spinal InjuryPROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONSDEFINING RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITYDISCUSSIONReforming Ideology, Reforming Worldview, Reforming Health CareOUR EVOLVING FAMILY STORIESTHE FAMILY JOURNEYPOLST Strategic IssuesPHYSICIAN ORDERS FOR LIFE-SUSTAINING TREATMENTSevere BurnsDialysisThe Importance of Knowing Goals of CareThe Conversation Project
 
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