Click on the button above to enroll in our NMBI certified online education platform. This course will teach you about Advance Care Directives and how to discuss end of Life Care decisions. You will learn to use a variety of tools to educate and assess the persons understanding of the decisions they make (capacity and competency) to ensure people are making informed choices. The course is also designed to teach people, who work in a variety of different organisations, how to effectively implement the LET ME DECIDE advance health care directive program in different settings. Facilitators need to understand directives, the implications of their use in their work setting, and the implementation process.
Implementing health care directives in any organisation is a process that requires proper planning and management, to be successful. The Course also provides the knowledge and skills necessary for each organisation to develop its own flexible work plans to implement Let Me Decide.
The Course provides broad information on directives in general and specific information on LMD including:
“All aspects of the workshop worked well and well understood” (Mary, RGN)
“I enjoyed all of it well presented. Thank you” (Lisa, DON)
“The course was interesting and Prof. Molloy explained it very well”
“The course was interesting. Enjoyed the information covered, topics very relevant to nursing homes. Thank you.”
workshop, really looking forward to implementing ACD to my organisation.”
– thank you so much for the clarity."
"I found the workshop very interesting and beneficial. I am looking to implementing some of our care setting. I found the workshop personal and made me think about my own advanced care planning which will also help in filling out the program
course today. Very motivating. Really interesting. There is a lot to cover
though – suggest may be over 1.5 days or maybe an opportunity to come back
another day after we had a chance to discuss how we got on. Thanks a million
tough. It was really good."
beneficial, very informative."
"Thanks. Gave me another incentive to go and re-examine all residents’ situations and revitalized my interest. Also I must look at writing my own and elect my proxy’s asap. Very very approachable and supportive."