Did you know we are a research partner for iCAN-ACP?
iCAN-ACP is a 3-year national study aiming to improve the quality of life for older patients with serious illness by introducing and evaluating Advance Care Planning (ACP) tools that we hope will result in more, earlier and better conversations between adults, families and the healthcare team.
Our research partners at iCAN-ACP have recently published their second newsletter, which as well as including updates about the achievements and progress of the research project and research team, includes a partner profile for the BC Centre for Palliative care.
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