Confirmed to Speak:
- Nicola Spencer, Programme Manager - End of Life Care, NHS England
- Lucy Sutton, National End of Life and Person Centred Care Lead, Health Education England
- Prof Julia Riley, Consultant in Palliative Medicine, Royal Marsden and Royal Brompton NHS Trusts & Clinical Lead, Coordinate My Care
- Further Speakers TBA
The Government has published their “One-Year-On” response to the Review of Choice in End of Life Care, outlining the progress made and the steps that need to be taken in the coming year. There is a distinct focus on personalisation and patient empowerment, but much more needs to be done in this area: two-thirds of people want to die at home, yet almost 55% of people still die in a hospital, 40% of whom have no clinical need to be there.
Join this Westminster Briefing event for an up-to-date brief on the latest national policy changes for end of life care, and explore what you can expect moving forward. Learn how to promote personalisation and choice for your patients and hear national good practice from colleagues in the provision of end of life care.
Key Issues to be Addressed:
- Update on the latest national policy changes for end of life care
- End of life care in 2018: what can we expect moving forward?
- Developing more personalised care for people approaching end of life care
- Transforming end of life care in the community and at home
- Commissioning quality services that are accessible to all when needed
- How can data, intelligence and metrics help drive improvements and inform decision-making?
- Examples of national good practice in the provision of end of life care
- Ensuring that staff across the health & social care workforce are fully trained, supported and equipped to deliver effective and compassionate end of life care
- Establishing bereavement care pathways to support families and loved ones
About the Event:
The morning session will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the latest national policy changes for end of life care, as well as a discussion of how you can promote more personalisation, choice and patient empowerment within your service. You will also explore the importance of commissioning, data and intelligence when it comes to delivering effective end of life care.
The afternoon session will examine examples of national good practice in the provision of end of life care. The session will be highly interactive and provide with you practical guidance to take back and implement in your setting.
Who Should Attend?
Delegates will be drawn from, but not limited to: palliative care teams, hospices, care homes, community nurses, GPs, primary and acute care providers, clinical commissioners, local government commissioners, adult social care managers, patient groups and anyone interested in providing compassionate end of life care.
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The event is CPD certified, and a certificate is available confirming your attendance.