Advance care planning education in pulmonary rehabilitation: A qualitative study exploring participant perspectives

I write in response to the letter by Crozier in the January 2014 edition of Palliative Medicine regarding the publication of ‘Advance Care Planning Education in Pulmonary Rehabilitation: A Qualitative Study Exploring Participant Perspectives’ in June 2013.1 We thank Dr Crozier for his congratulations and acknowledgement that the inclusion of advance care planning (ACP) education in pulmonary rehabilitation is a quality, patient-centred initiative suggested to supplement current processes of care.

via Advance care planning education in pulmonary rehabilitation: A qualitative study exploring participant perspectives.

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