Coronavirus Update: Ethics Considerations, Guidance and Resources.
It appears you're using Mirosoft Internet Explorer or an early version of Edge. To fully enjoy this website — and pretty much every modern website in existence — we suggest you upgrade to Chrome or Firefox. You'll be happier.
Below are tools that you may find helpful in the process of medical decision making:
A list of questions that can help you think about your values as they relate to medical care decisions. You may use the questions to discuss your views with your health care agent and others, or you may write answers to the questions as a help to your agent and health care team.Download
A worksheet to help you think through possible treatment plans for common medical situations that may arise.Download
A starter kit to help you organize your thoughts and talk to your loved ones about end-of-life care.Download
An interactive decision aid that can help you with the process of advance care planning.Visit
A resource to answer questions that may arise to help guide you in the process of making medical decisions for someone else.Download
PREPARE for your care is an advance care planning program with video stories to help individuals voice their medical choices, talk with their doctors, and share the information with loved ones.Visit
A tool for you and your health care agent to take to create better understanding about goals.Download
A toolkit for talking with your doctor and/or health care team to make sure they know your preferences regarding end-of-life care.Download
A one-page guide to help you prepare for a conversation with your clinician about what is ahead and how to plan.Visit
A workbook to help patients understand and communicate their own questions, concerns and priorities so they can become more effective partners in their own care.Visit
A reminder of things that might be good to check on as you plan and fill out an Advance Directive.View
A booklet designed to help you talk with your loved ones about your illness and the future.Visit
A card game to think and talk about what's important if you or a family member becomes seriously ill.Visit