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Online Workshop Series: ‘Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act: implications for palliative care?’

In the evolving landscape of healthcare, staying informed about legislative changes is crucial for compassionate care. On February 15th, from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm, join us for a workshop exploring the implications of the Assisted Decision-Making (Capacity) Act in palliative care. Chaired by Dr. Thomas Hefferon, the session will be led by Prof. Shaun O’Keeffe, a Consultant Geriatrician and Honorary Personal Professor.

Workshop Details:

  • Date and Time: February 15th, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm, Online
  • Chair: Dr. Thomas Hefferon
  • Presenter: Prof. Shaun O’Keeffe

Workshop Overview: Delve into the Assisted Decision-Making (Capacity) Act and its impact on palliative care. Prof. O’Keeffe will guide participants through the Act’s core principles, explore capacity assessment, and address patient-centered decision-making.

Q&A Session: Engage directly with Prof. O’ Keeffe to seek insights, raise questions, and foster a meaningful exchange of perspectives on this sensitive subject.

Register today by emailing and join us on February 15th for a workshop that delves into the assisted decision making capacity act and its potential impact on the palliative care specialty. Dr. Thomas Hefferon, as the chair, will guide the session, ensuring a thoughtful exploration of the challenges and considerations that lie ahead for our field.

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