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TayPEOLC Non-Cancer Palliative Care

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Non Cancer Palliative Care Workshop 2020 - Flyer.pdf

 The TayPEOLC MCN Non Cancer Palliative Care Group will be holding its annual workshop on:

  1st June 2020, 1-4.30pm in the Improvement Academy, Ninewells Hospital. 

 The theme for this year's event is:

  'Advance Care Planning & Integrating Palliative Care for Non-Cancer Patients in Tayside'

 The aims of this workshop will be to:

Share good practice around integrated care and advanced care planning (ACP) and to discuss the issues and benefits

  • Learn what is happening across the organisation
  • Improve consistency in the use of ACP
  • Hear about progress with the development and implementation of the National Digital Platform and how this will support ACP

 

 

 

There is a wide range of specialities represented on this newly established group (first meeting held on 22nd Oct 2018) including neurological, renal and respiratory disease, heart failure, specialist palliative care, movement disorders, learning disabilities and dementia. 

Aim:  

To act as a professional forum which supports improvements in the quality of palliative and end of life care for people with non-malignant disease and their families.

The aim of this group will be to act as a professional forum which supports improvements in the quality of palliative and end of life care for people with non-malignant disease and their families.

Co-Leads:    Sarah Cathcart, Renal Supportive Care Specialist Nurse, Reanl Unit, Ninewells Hospital

                   Gillian Craig, Specialist Nurse MND, Dept. of Neurology, Ninewells Hospital

                   Claire Douglas, Lead Consultant for Palliative Medicine in Perth & Kinross       

Objectives:  

The Non-Cancer Palliative Care Group will 

  • Bring experts together
  • Facilitate improved communication and integration between different specialities and interested groups eg. other NHS Tayside MCNs
  • Collaborate on projects with other groups
  • Raise knowledge and awareness of non-malignant disease, specific conditions within that and the needs of those patients
  • Promote the idea of palliative care in non-malignant disease
  • Promote anticipatory care planning
  • Link with TayPEOLC MCN Steering Group and Subgroups (End of Life Care, Pharmacy, Data & Audit, Education & Training and Research) utilising their collective knowledge and experience
  • Build on existing work
  • Increase understanding through education
  • Facilitate information exchange both within the group and more widely to improve services and care pathways
  • Influence senior management through a strong collective voice

 The Non Cancer Palliative Care Group will meet 3 times a year and hold an annual workshop.

Terms of Reference:

ToR - Non-Cancer Palliative Care Group - v1.1.pdf