Hospice Palliative Care Ontario - Health Care Consent Advance Care Planning Community of Practice (HPCO HCC ACP CoP) Membership Form

Welcome

Communities of practice are groups of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly. The Health Care Consent Advance Care Planning Community of Practice (HCC ACP CoP) was created to respond to the need for a provincial resource for health care consent and advance care practice utilizing an Ontario legal framework. HPCO remains dedicated to hosting and supporting the HCC ACP CoP, and continuing with the work that encourages HCC ACP discussions, reinforces the connections, and participates in the shared dialogue and opportunities of CoP collaboration.

Goals

  • To create opportunities to influence policy and system issues related to Health Care Consent and Advance Care Planning in an Ontario legal framework.
  • To develop as an active and engaged community of practice advancing the goals as defined by its members.
  • To create awareness and educational materials and opportunities about health care consent and advance care planning within an Ontario legal framework.

Contact Information:

Areas of Interest:

7a. Are you interested in becoming involved in the CoP?

CoP members are healthcare practitioner, administrator, caregiver, policymaker, researcher, educator and leader who are interested in coming together to exchange information and promote HCC ACP in Ontario. These community members make a commitment to support and learn from one another and to develop new knowledge to advance a field of practice.

7c. Communities develop their practice through a variety of activities, some of which are listed below. Please indicated which activities you would be most interested in the CoP supporting?

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8a. Are you interested in becoming a CoP Regional Champion or support in HCC ACP?

Regional Champions are individuals from each LHIN that have a role for promoting and implementing HCC ACP within their geography. The CoP provides a forum for information exchange, knowledge transfer and sharing information about HCC ACP initiatives within the Ontario framework.

8c. Are you interested in further education to become a Regional Champion in HCC ACP?

9a. Are you interested in becoming involved in one of the CoP's working groups? If so, which working group would you have capacity to contribute?

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10a. Are you a current member of Hospice Palliative Care Ontario?

10b. If not, would you be interested in becoming a member of Hospice Palliative Care Ontario?