PACKS1: Is a goal of palliative care to address any psychological issues brought up by serious illness?
PACKS2: Can stress from serious illness be addressed by palliative care?
PACKS3: Can palliative care help people manage the side effects of their medical treatments?
PACKS4: When people receive palliative care, must they give up their other doctors?
PACKS5: Is palliative care exclusively for people who are in the last 6 months of life?
PACKS6: Is palliative care specifically for people with cancer?
PACKS7: Must people be in the hospital to receive palliative care?
PACKS8: Is palliative care designed specifically for older adults?
PACKS9: Is palliative care a team-based approach to care?
PACKS10: Is a goal of palliative care to help people better understand their treatment options?
PACKS11: Does palliative care encourage people to stop treatments aimed at curing their illness?
PACKS12: Is a goal of palliative care to improve a person's ability to participate in daily activities?
PACKS13: Does palliative care help the whole family cope with a serious illness?
HEARDPC1 to HEARDPCK: Where, if at all, have you heard of palliative care?
HEARDACP: Have you ever heard of the term advance care planning?
TALKACP: Has anyone offered you the opportunity to talk about advance care planning, and your goals and preferences for future medical treatment and care?
ACPGP: Discussed advance care planning with a GP?
ACPHDOC: Discussed advance care planning with a hospital doctor?
ACPNURSE: Discussed advance care planning with a nurse?
ACPSW: Discussed advance care planning with a social worker?
ACPDNURSE: Discussed advance care planning with a district nurse?
ACPCLERGY: Discussed advance care planning with a member of the clergy?
ACPFAMFR: Discussed advance care planning with friends/family?
ACPOTHER: Discussed advance care planning with someone else?
ACPDONE: Have you prepared an advance statement of your wishes and preferences?
FEELACP1: Advance care planning - do you not want to think about this because you are in good health?
FEELACP2: Advance care planning - would it comfort you to know you have left guidance about your wishes for your family?
FEELACP3: Advance care planning - would you worry that you could not change your mind?
FEELACP4: Advance care planning - do you trust your family to make the right decisions for you?
FEELACP5: Advance care planning - is there any point in planning, as you cannot change what will happen in the future?
FEELACP6: Advance care planning - is it difficult to know if wishes will be respected?
FEELACP7: Advance care planning - would you worry that plans for my future care and treatment, doctors would stop treatment too soon?
FEELACP8: Advance care planning - would discussing your wishes would give you a sense of control?
ACPMORE: Would you be interested in finding out more about advance care planning?