A. When in a healthy state or with no life-threatening diseases:
Patients can have the general Advance Care Planning consultation to help obtain enough medical advice and PSDA information so as to make one’s own Advance Directive.
B. When in a serious illness:
Patients with full capacity can plan ahead by having Advance Care Planning consultation at appointed medical institutes to learn more about the future progress of one’s disease, and later decide or revise personal Advance Directive.