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Frail Elderly with complex needs / Dementia / End of Life Care (EoLC)

Delivery of education and training to providers in End of Life care.


The funded projects have been helping to deliver education and training to staff working in the end of life care setting.  All of the 14 projects funded in 2014/15 have now completed.  The 11 projects funded in 2015/16 are due for completion by March 2017.  Project are supported by the South West Strategic Clinical Network

We are now in the process of reviewing how we can share the learning of the 14/15 EoLC projects with other organisations and stakeholders.  

On Wednesday 6 July, South West Integrated Personal Commissioning (IPC) Programme, in conjunction with NHS England, held an End of Life Conference bringing together more than 130 health and care leads to discuss their commitment to end of life care.  More information of this conference can be found here.

 

For more information on the projects delivered in our End of Life Care programme, please contact the PMO team.

 

Training news:

We will be offering a free one day information and training session on ‘Consent and the Mental Capacity Act within Advance Care Planning’.

At this event, we aim to provide health and social care professionals with essential information and the latest case law on consent and the Mental Capacity Act 2005 in relation to advance care planning. 

Learning outcomes: 

  • Understand the key rules and procedures of the Mental Capacity Act
  • Review the latest case law on consent to treatment
  • Consider how working practices will be affected by using the Mental Capacity Act
  • Understand how the Act and advance care planning are connected

There are 2 dates available (you only need to register for one event):

To register interest, please use the above links.  


This Page was last updated on: 23 August 2016

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