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Shanthini Avorgbedor
A Palliative care nurse and mum.
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Virtual Hospice Sep 20
Grateful to announce , our new resource designed by paramedics and care experts to help paramedics and care experts and family to manage grief and end of life
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Compassion in Dying Sep 20
Thanks We can give you a free legally binding Advance Decision, and help you complete it. Get in touch on 0800 999 2434 or info@compassionindying.org.uk
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Richard Lee Sep 19
Busy day today thanks to & Co for great falls conversation and to for our AHP session this afternoon thanks for kicking it all off years ago!
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✨✨Sonia Sparkles✨✨ Sep 14
Hello, how have you been? Did you know you can’t smile without breathing? 😜 Here’s one I’ve drawn on why we we need to be more kind is helping ourselves as well as others - a simple way to help us maintain our
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Jonathan Ellis Sep 18
The Intelligence Network has a new online home. Great repository of useful info, tools and resources
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3 Spirit Training Sep 14
We are sharing our resources for to get conversations going. Stick them on a wall, use them in team meetings. Today's topic is End of Life & Dementia
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Australian Government Department of Health Sep 10
It can be difficult to talk about death or dying, but this is an important conversation to have with your loved ones which you can do anytime of the year. Visit:
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BC Centre for Palliative Care Sep 6
You can Start a conversation about your health-care wishes with your loved ones with a few simple questions. ?
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Lesley Goodburn Aug 29
Just caught up on the with well done Kathryn and Cariad helping people understand the process of death the biology and closing down of the body
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Katherine Sleeman Aug 26
Such a good article by , with strong message about palliative care. By sharing her experience, she will make a difference to others. Also, she is totally right about ‘syringe drivers’.
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PallMedEd Aug 2
“Death is a challenging subject to discuss with anyone, let alone a child. But sugarcoating it or avoiding the topic as a way to protect your kid can do more harm than good, experts say.” - Kelsey Borresen
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Jane Ikeagwu Aug 21
RLH ward activity boxes all ready for collection. The activity boxes is to used to engage all patients during their hospital stay. Thank you to Barts Charity.
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Kathryn Mannix Aug 19
This is a wonderful initiative: a 'make a wish' ambulance to fulfill end of life requests: see a mountain or a concert, go to the beach or a sports game, visit your family or the chip shop. They are willing to consider all requests. Pass it on! 1/
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Clare Fuller RGN MSc Aug 20
'better understanding the dying process can help us stop treating death as a medical problem to be fixed, and instead as an inevitability that should be as comfortable and peaceful as possible.'
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Atul Gawande Aug 18
Docs, how do you discuss prognosis w patients? New article in reviews best practices for discussing uncertain futures, including: time frame, daily function, and unpredicted events @dbljsndrsin .
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NHS HEE TEL Programme Aug 17
e-ELCA aims to support well-informed high quality care delivered by confident and competent staff and volunteers. Access the e-learning here:  
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Dr Jonathan Koffman Aug 17
Managing uncertain recovery for patients nearing end of life in hospital et al
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Critical Care RN Aug 15
Omg I suggested something to help visitors understand ICU care and it happened! Amazing.
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Ian Kremer Aug 15
may not be entirely thankless work, but all too often it is uncompensated, seemingly unending, and frequently dangerous work. Work. Respect it. Value it. Strengthen it. (image via )
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