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TayPEOLC Data and Audit

Aim:

To develop a purposeful and integrated approach to audit/data collection, with cognisance of local, regional and national priorities for improvement and performance review.  

A key focus of the TayPEOLC MCN will be to work collaboratively with a range of partners to achieve the best possible care, experience and outcomes for palliative care patients and their families/carers.

Leads:

  • Lynsey Webster: Senior Officer, Strategy, Performance and Support Services
  • Elinor Brabin: Consultant in Palliative Medicine, Tayside

Current Objectives:

1. Work collaboratively with the Integrated Health and Social Care Partnerships and NHS Tayside to consider data collection approaches
    which capture the quality of palliative and end of life care (PEOLC) across Tayside.   

2. Implementation of a Tayside Specialist Palliative Care Minimum Data Set and develop linkage with other data sets used by health and
    social care.

3. Act as an information sharing hub for palliative care related audit, enabling collaboration and dissemination of work.  

 

Useful links related to PEOLC data and audit

Information Services Scotland: End of Life Care

Health Improvement Scotland: Palliative and End of Life Care Programme

Scottish Government Review of Targets and Indicators

Local Intelligence Support Teams

The Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation

Care Opinion Scotland