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Financial ConsiderationsTHE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITY IN ADVANCE CARE PLANNINGACHIEVING IDENTITYImprovement ScienceREFERENCEThe Take Charge Partnership “Just Talk(s) About It:” A Model for Sustained Grassroots ActivismCreate the SpaceDEATH AND DYINGBACKGROUNDNATURAL PROGRESSION OF DEMENTIAWHAT DOES ADVANCE CARE PLANNING ASK OF US?HONESTY AND HOPEKotter's Change Management ToolsNondisclosureResource DevelopmentHOW IS THE RESPECTING CHOICES APPROACH TO ADVANCE CARE PLANNING DIFFERENT FROM THE TYPICAL APPROACH TO ADVANCE DIRECTIVES?Reliance on ExpertsA HEALTH PROMOTION AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT CONTEXT FOR ADVANCE CARE PLANNINGReflectionAPPLYING THE PRINCIPLES OF WATCH OVER MEWHY HAS THE RESPECTING CHOICES APPROACH TO PLANNING WORKED WHEN OTHER APPROACHES HAVE FAILED?JOURNALSLack of Awareness About Advance Directives and Advance Care PlanningCultural ConsiderationsHospiceAdvance Care Planning and Nursing Home Residents and Families: Lessons Inspired by TV Game ShowsDifficulties in Deciding on Specific TreatmentsWheel of Fortune: Don't Count on Controlling EverythingMedical ConsiderationsDeliver the Person With Dementia From AnonymityDEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIESSix Leadership Actions From Kabcenell and ConwayTHE FAMILY JOURNEYMaking Quality Improvement EasierExpanding Medical TechnologySTEWARDSHIP, JUSTICE, AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICSA STAGED APPROACH TO ACPHistory of the ProblemDEALING WITH DARK EMOTIONSBELIEF, PAIN, AND ADVANCE CARE PLANNINGImprovement and the Institute for Healthcare ImprovementWorlds of Connection: Applying an Interdisciplinary Relational Model of Care© to Communicating About End of LifeTHE PROFESSIONALS' OWN STORIESKey Element #1: Designing Systems to Support Advance Care PlanningThe POLST Paradigm DefinedOPPORTUNITIES FOR DECISION MAKING AND ADVANCE CARE PLANNINGII Best Practices for Communicating About End-of-Life CareTHE IMPORTANCE OF CULTUREINFLUENCE OF THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT ON END-OF-LIFE CARE AND ADVANCE MEDICAL PLANNINGEffective LeadershipThe Consumer Movement and Advent of Advance DirectivesFrom Product to Process: From Advance Directives to Advance Care PlanningTHE PROMISE OF ADVANCE DIRECTIVESIdentifying Patients With Particular Needs: The Gold Standards FrameworkIdentify HopeRECONCEPTUALIZING PLANNING IN ADVANCE FOR CAREDefining Advance Directives and Advance Care PlanningRational KnowledgeConversations That Matter: Stories and MobilesWatch Over Me: Therapeutic Conversations in Advanced DementiaDISCUSSIONHealth Policy and End of Life (EOL) in the United StatesTHE CHALLENGE OF PLANNING FOR END OF LIFENATIONAL INITIATIVESThe Social Support System of Nursing Home ResidentsHow Did We Get Here: A Brief History of Advance Care PlanningMinimizing the Dying in DeathIdentify HopeFailure or Success?The Legal Environment of Advance Care PlanningReligion, Spirituality, and Culture in Advance Care PlanningChallenges to Effective Advance Care PlanningBad Death/Dying PoorlyAphasiaWho Has the Time?PREDICTABLE CAREGIVING NEEDS OF PERSONS WITH DEMENTIASetting the AgendaBOOKSInspiring Improvement and Leading ChangeUnderstandingCONFLICTS WITH “WESTERN” MEDICAL SYSTEM VALUESPHILOSOPHICAL UNDERPINNINGSCULTURAL DIVERSITYEDUCATIONIII Implementing Advance Care Planning: Model ProgramsThe Conversation ProjectIMPLEMENTING LARGE-SCALE CHANGE“To Err Is Human”: Building a Safer Health SystemComplex Medical Characteristics of Nursing Home ResidentsPalliative Care and the VirtuesTaking Comfort in ComplexityThe Importance of Nursing Home StaffProgressive DementiaWhose Role Is It Anyway?Advance Care Planning: Considerations for Practice With Older AdultsCOPING WITH THE REALLY BIG STORMTHE MINOR KEY: PALLIATIVE CARE, THE VIRTUES OF CLASSICAL CITIZENSHIP, AND A NEW END-OF-LIFE CONVERSATIONThe Triple AimDying for CPRJUST TALK ABOUT ITTHE MEETING OF SPIRITUALITY, RELIGION, AND CULTUREAcknowledgmentsUNCERTAINTYBEYOND OBJECTIVITY, PATERNALISM, AND AUTONOMYPROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONSORGANIZATION OF THIS BOOKDISCUSSION: THE PROBLEMLEADERSHIP AND GREAT TEAMSRELIGIOUS PERSPECTIVES ON ADVANCE CARE PLANNING AND ADVANCE DIRECTIVESHow Do You Reach the Physician Group and Move From a Curative Medical Model of Care?The Coalition for Compassionate Care of CaliforniaCPRTerminal ConditionHeroic SupportNURSING HOMESPotential Benefits of Advance Care PlanningArrhythmiaI Advance Care Planning: Promise and ChallengeThe Centrality of Truth Telling or Parrhe–siaTHE KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY AND THE CULTURE OF DECISION MAKINGTHE PUBLIC HEALTH ROLES OF DEATH EDUCATION IN SUPPORTING ADVANCE CARE PLANNINGTHE NEXT STEPS IN ADVANCE MEDICAL PLANNINGPHYSICIAN ORDERS FOR LIFE-SUSTAINING TREATMENTOUR EVOLVING FAMILY STORIESTailoring and Anticipatory GuidanceA SHIFT TO RELATIONALITY: APPLYING THE INTERDISCIPLINARY MODEL OF CARETHE COMMUNICATION REVOLUTION IN ADVANCE CARE PLANNING: A NEW PATH FORWARDHOW PUBLIC HEALTH CONTEXTS ADDRESS CHALLENGES AND BARRIERS TO ADVANCE CARE PLANNINGPrepareCROSS-CULTURAL INFLUENCES AND ADVANCE CARE PLANNING“The Quality Chasm”Compassionate CommunicationACKNOWLEDGMENTPersonality Styles Associated With Decision MakingState the ObviousDEATH IS NOT THE ENEMYTHE PROCESS OF ADVANCE CARE PLANNING INVOLVES UNDERSTANDING, REFLECTION, AND DISCUSSIONLack of a Seamless Health Care SystemDISCUSSION OF THE ABOVE ADVANCE DIRECTIVEDISCUSSING RELIGIOUS AND SPIRITUAL ASPECTS OF ADVANCE CARE PLANNINGSTATE OR REGIONAL INITIATIVESRespecting Choices: An Evidence-Based Advance Care Planning Program With Proven Success and ReplicationDetermine Understanding of IllnessReflective Practice: Discovering Countertransference and CotransferencePsychological ConsiderationsFocus on Autonomy and ControlThe Unasked QuestionWATCH OVER ME: THERAPEUTIC CONVERSATIONSThe Attack on ProfessionsDiscussionCASE STUDIESMaximum Conservative Treatment and CareBACKGROUNDPLANNING FOR ENDINGSCOMPASSION IN THE CLINICAL RELATIONSHIPCONTINUOUS QUALITY IMPROVEMENTPassion, Persistence, and PenniesPERCEPTIONS OF SUFFERING AT THE EOLPerforming IllnessMOBILES AND SHATTERED GLASSPhysical ConsiderationsSPIRITUAL ASSESSMENT AND ADVANCE CARE PLANNINGESTABLISHING OUR IDENTITYProblems With Advance DirectivesTHE CONTEMPORARY LEGAL ENVIRONMENTFederal Laws Related to Advance Care Planning in Nursing HomesThe Unasked QuestionGood Death/Dying WellPolicy Issues for Health Care InstitutionsPRIMARY FOCUS ON ADVANCE CARE PLANNINGPolicy and Medical OrdersOn Writing One's Own Advance DirectiveTHE SICK ROLENormalize Feelings of Relief in GriefTHE PROBLEM OF OVERTREATMENTThe Role of Contemporary Nursing HomesNutritional SupportHemiplegiaQUALITY IMPROVEMENT AND LEADING LARGE-SCALE CHANGEAdvance Care Planning and the Problem of OvertreatmentJeopardy: The Importance of Asking the Right QuestionBEHAVIORAL CHANGE MODEL FOR PLANNINGSYSTEM INFRASTRUCTUREBRIEF HISTORYENGAGEMENTSevere BurnsReforming Ideology, Reforming Worldview, Reforming Health CareCommunication Challenges in the Nursing Home SettingAdvance Care Planning: Focus on Communication and Care Planning RatherTHE MAJOR KEY: RESCUE AS NATIONAL IDEOLOGYYOUR WISH, MY COMMAND: FINDING SOLACE IN ADVANCE DIRECTIVESOverview of Advance Medical PlanningLack of Health Care Provider Skills in CommunicationOVERCOMING CHALLENGESWhen Great Teams Are Not EnoughDEFINING RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITYConflicting AutonomiesTHE GOALS OF ADVANCE CARE PLANNING ARE DEFINEDHOPE, DEATH, AND COMMUNICATION: REFLECTIONS THAT INFORM THE IRMOCMULTIPLE CARE CONSIDERATIONS BY DOMAINNormalize Feelings of Relief in GriefLet's Make a Deal: The Importance of Recognizing an OpportunityThe Importance of Knowing Goals of CareWHAT CAN WE LEARN ABOUT ACP IN THE NURSING HOME FROM TV GAME SHOWS?Palliative CareVALUES AND GOALSPOLST Strategic IssuesASSETS OF THE NURSING HOME SETTINGA STORY OF BELIEF AND END-OF-LIFE CARE DECISION MAKINGCOMING TOGETHERFUTUREGreat TeamsHigh Spinal InjurySpiritual ConsiderationsAUTONOMY AND INTERDEPENDENCEPlanning for End-of-Life Care: Where Are We and How Did We Get Here?Brain Injury/PathologyV Selected Resources on Advance Care Planning and End-of-Life CareBringing the Community Back InPUBLIC ENGAGEMENTVentilator / Respirator / Mechanical Ventilation / Breathing MachineQuality Improvement in End-of-Life CareKey Element #3: Community Engagement and EducationOTHERThe Longevity RevolutionAdvance Care Planning as a Public Health IssueKey Element #2: Advance Care Planning Facilitation Skills Education and TrainingDelivering Higher System PerformanceBarriers to Advance Care Planning: A Sociological PerspectiveThe Importance of Local LeadershipKey Element #4: Continuous Quality ImprovementDeskilling in the Knowledge SocietyDialysisStoring and Retrieving POLST FormsTHE CHALLENGE OF FACING DEATH FOR AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTHIt Ain't Easy: Making Life And Death Decisions Before The CrisisUnderutilizationTRAJECTORIES OF DECLINE AT THE END OF LIFETailoring and Anticipatory GuidanceAdvance DirectivesThe Ideology of RescueSet the AgendaIV Systems Level Change: Charting a New Path for Dying, Death, and End-of-Life CareCAN THE RESPECTING CHOICES MODEL BE SUCCESSFULLY REPLICATED?Maximum Conservative Treatment and CareProfessionalizationCalculating ValueHow Is Information and Education Provided to Almost 30,000 Staff?Resident Health and Functional Status CharacteristicsAdvance Care PlanningEthical Foundations of Advance Care PlanningThe Institute of Medicine Principles and Advance Care PlanningSETTING THE STAGESocial ConsiderationsThe Leadership ChallengeReluctance to Talk About Death and DyingUNSPOKEN CLINICAL REALITIES: TRANSFERENCE, COUNTERTRANSFERENCE, AND COTRANSFERENCEMaking Quality Improvement DifficultAdvance Care Planning and Trying to Get WellUniversal Positive ChangeAdvance Medical Care Planning: The Legal EnvironmentDying for CPRDoes the Nation's Survival Depend on a New End-of-Life Conversation?REFLECTIONS ON LIFE AS WE WORK WITH OTHERSExperts and Routine ActivitiesPrefaceADVANCE CARE PLANNING IS PERSON-CENTERED
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