This learning module explores the main factors that affect end of life and palliative care provision in the community by focusing on a national gold standards framework and ongoing integrated and collaborative care policy initiatives. It suggests how community practitioners can develop their skills in providing multidisciplinary care for people at the end of their lives, and addresses how sometimes services are poorly co-ordinated and communication between staff and agencies can break down.
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All our modules include CPD certificates. They are evidence-based and have been subject to an external double-blind peer review.
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Pre and post module tests let you measure your progress. Further reading list included