Palliative and end of life care resources for healthcare professionals
Our palliative and end of life care resources will help professionals identify and support patients at end of life.
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We have developed modules to support primary care teams to improve the quality of care they provide to people with cancer. The modules will also enable practices and primary care networks to deliver the requirements of the Primary Care Network Specifications and QoF Quality Improvement Projects (in England).
End of life care module
The end of life care module will help you:
- identify and support patients at end of life
- plan and coordinate care based on their needs
- support their family and caregivers.
We've created our 10 top tips series to help primary care professionals support patients at every stage of the cancer pathway. The tips are designed to showcase best practice and offer practical advice for your role.
We have tips for palliative and end of life care, which include:
- Advance Care Planning
- Anxiety and depression in palliative care
- Diabetes mellitus
- Nutrition at the end of life
- Opioids in palliative care
- Spinal cord compression
- Virtual consultations.
We invest in programmes and services to help professionals adopt new and innovative ways to deliver cancer care in the UK. Working in communities and with the NHS, we fund pilots to improve experiences and outcomes for people with cancer. With this knowledge, we have created tools and resources to help you deliver:
- Personalised care for people living with cancer
- Holistic Needs Assessments (and electronic HNAs)
- Quality improvement to existing cancer services.
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