Promoting Advance Care Planning among British Columbians with a Chinese or South Asian background – Baseline Survey

Promoting Advance Care Planning among British Columbians with a Chinese or South Asian background – Baseline Survey

BC Centre for Palliative Care invites representatives of organizations that have experience in delivering Advance Care Planning (ACP) education for the public to complete this short survey.

Your inputs will be used to inform the development of a new initiative that aims to improve the uptake of ACP by the Chinese and South Asian communities in BC.


The survey will only take 10-15 minutes to complete.
Survey Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2MJJBMT

The initiative is funded by Health Canada and led by the BC Centre for Palliative Care in collaboration with key partners. The initiative’s focus is to translate and culturally-adapt an existing community-led education model where community volunteers and organizations are trained to deliver ACP information sessions. The initiative will also develop an online training module for healthcare providers addressing the cultural considerations for conducting ACP conversations with patients from a Chinese or South Asian background.

Please share this survey link with anyone in your community network who might be able to provide us with more information about ACP among British Columbians with a Chinese or South Asian background (i.e., Local community organizations, Provincial non-profit organizations, public A&E working groups, health care organizations, health care professionals, researchers, cultural groups, private businesses, etc).

If you have any questions about the survey or the initiative, please contact Diana Cochrane (dcochrane@bc-cpc.ca)