Conflict Resolution in End of Life Settings Project Working Group Report
The Conflict Resolution in End of Life Settings Project (CRELS) project was conducted by NSW Health in 2009. A multidisciplinary Working Group examined the causes of these disputes that may occur between patients, their families and health care teams about whether to withhold or withdraw life sustaining treatments in dying patients. A number of recommendations are made that aim to prevent, mitigate or better manage these conflicts. Stakeholder consultation on the Report was conducted in 2010 and a summary of this has been added to create this Final CRELS Working Group Report to NSW Health.
File link: Conflict Resolution in End of Life Settings Project Working Group Report
- End-of-Life Care and Decision-Making - Guidelines