Advance Care Planning is a process of reflection, discussion and communication that enables a person to plan for their future medical treatment and other care, for a time when they are not competent to make, or communicate, decisions for themselves.

Presentation Slides:

Dr Chris Moy, MBBS, FRACGP, FAMA, Adelaide SA

Chair, SA Voluntary Assisted Dying Implementation Taskforce

Chris is an Adelaide GP with a long-standing involvement in the areas of aged care, end of life decision making, palliative care and digital health at both state and national levels. He is a former member of the Expert Advisory Group of the SA Advance Care Directives Review, SA Health End of Life Working Group and GP Advisor to the former SA GP Palliative Shared Care Program, and a current member of the SA End of Life Care Strategy Program Board.

SA Voluntary Assisted Dying Implementation Conference:

SA Health is facilitating the SA Voluntary Assisted Dying Implementation Conference to be held virtually on Wednesday 16th November.

See the SA Voluntary Assisted Dying Virtual Conference Program (PDF 592KB).