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Dr Amir Khan GP May 13
It’s : we have got to recognise the AMAZING work palliative care teams do in hospitals, hospices and community Also to the family members who look after dying relatives, one of the hardest things to do Dying does matter, and getting it right matters most of all
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Ruth May May 13
starts today & it’s important to acknowledge the care and support that palliative nurses provide to people and their families. This compassion and understanding makes a difference to people at such a sensitive time and I want to thank you for this.
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Dr Amir Khan GP May 17
Questions I ask my trainees to ask our Palliative patients: What goals do you have for the time left- what’s important to you? If things don’t improve, where would you like to be cared for? Shall we talk again after you’ve had some time to think?
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BHT Specialist Palliative Care May 12
At that start of thought we would share this little picture to think about
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Becca Bland May 16
I recently lost my gran, who brought me up. Her carers (who are estranged) didn't tell anyone in our family about her passing. I found out months later - no funeral, no wake. It's such a complicated grief, and so I'm pleased are raising awareness.
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IamACPKay May 17
Today I channelled my and supported a family through a ‘normal death’ of a relative, this included explanations, bravery, reminiscing, tears, and laughter which concluded with a heart felt thank you for making it perfect
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Claire Capewell May 15
It’s my annual tweet- it must be Dying Matters awareness week! Concentrating on staff and volunteers this year with a drop-in approach including VR and artwork by local students ⁦⁩ ⁦ ?
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Dr Mark Taubert May 14
What's the last song YOU want to hear before you die? Let's get a playlist?
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#HelloMyNameIsClaire🌻 May 17
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Phil Brough May 13
'Live for today, plan for tomorrow' - are we ready? (music from New Orleans jazz band...🎷🎸🎹) 14 May, Leeds kirkgate market
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Claire Alison Hams May 13
Just a reminder that alongside it is also We will all face bereavements, and the grief that comes with that. For me, my parents died, dad 10 years ago, mum 5 years ago. I now work in palliative care. We all need support at times.
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Dying Matters May 15
Today we are talking about grieving for a pet. We'd love it if you'd share some stories and photos with us of your beloved pets who have died. ?
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Marie Curie Scotland May 14
This week is in Scotland & South of the border. Have you thought about your future care & support? Do your loved ones know your wishes? Now is the time for everyone to have conversations with loved ones
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ℍ𝕖𝕝𝕝𝕠 𝕞𝕪 𝕟𝕒𝕞𝕖 𝕚𝕤𝕋𝕒𝕣𝕒 ℙ𝕒𝕦𝕝𝕖𝕪 May 13
I have been down to visit our stand and written my wish down....a cancer diagnosis at 35 has made me think about this a few times, tough but important conversations to have with our families ❤️
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✨Chelsea✨ Jan 27
Is it too early to be putting together ideas ready for I wonder? 🤔 Looking forward to the topic - so many people aren’t because they fear talking means it’ll happen sooner. In reality all that happens is peace of mind for the future!
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Keech Hospice Care May 14
What song do you want played at your funeral?🎵⚱️ Have you ever given it thought? We'll be sharing our 'Final Countdown' playlist this Thursday. 📻 Comment below with the song you'd choose and start those difficult conversations this
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EOLC@bhrut May 16
It's come and see us at Queen's Hospital to find out what you can do we have and here as well as many more to answer any questions you may have!
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Zoe Porter May 15
Dr Laura Edwards has been presenting some of the work of community palliative services in ⁦⁩ to embed Person centred conversations. What does this shift mean for healthcare professional? ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Dying Matters May 20
A huge thanks to everyone who took part and got involved this . Now it is !
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Rolo May 15
Sometimes I'm asked to visit patients who are dying, by their relatives, staff or the patients themselves. rescue
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