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Marie Curie Scotland Feb 20
We’re looking forward to a great Pallative Care Research Forum today in Glasgow with & . Hope to see you all there!
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support NHSCIC Scot Feb 21
Scope of Professor Scott Murray - It is important to find research topic you are interested in & feel passionate about
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support NHSCIC Scot Feb 21
is not just about care but in helping people w/ multi-morbitity We must consider how we evaluate the benefits of as benefits to individual can be difficult to measure
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support NHSCIC Scot Feb 21
Place of in Number of in is currently decreasing It is also important that we also consider loss of beds & reduction in qualified staff working in homes How do we plan resources in future
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support NHSCIC Scot Feb 21
Implications for practice in when considering interventions it is important to consider multi-morbity and polypharmacy
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Krista Dobbie Feb 19
Feeling frustrated I wasn’t offering much to a patient’s care, then she said “ I was looking forward to your visit. I love talking to you.” Good reminder that being present IS good medicine
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support NHSCIC Scot Feb 21
There are other new models of that may be able to help in provision of in future given that demands are projected to increase it is important to consider how needs will be met
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support NHSCIC Scot Feb 21
Dr Sebastien Moine identifies the issues in treating with needs and those who have care needs due to multi-morbitity & additional issues w/ polypharmacy This creates a complicated sandwich
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Sonja Mcilfatrick Feb 13
Great to see first paper coming from DemCon Marie curie funded project
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HOSPAZ 31m
Regina Mutindindi a trained Lawyer shares her experiences, challenges she faced when she interacted with patients
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Sinéad Mc 8m
Death is a taboo in society. Particularly evident in talking to my God Mother’s husband last night who has been given <12 months to live. He has no clue what his options are. We NEED to start talking. No need to suffer in silence.
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Sophie Feb 20
Our paper on complexity in palliative care is now available . A framework to help capture patient-level complexity and also understand complexity beyond the individual
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HOSPAZ 1h
Through their partnership with , has managed to integrate into
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MouthCareMatters Feb 20
Busy day ahead network day . Discussing and and workshop to improve recording forms
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Health Affairs Feb 18
How palliative care leadership centers helped spread innovation
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Catherine McKinnell Feb 21
And, as today's APPG on Children Who Need evidence session made clear, Govt must address future of children's social care funding as part of its consultation on this wider issue
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🦋 Was this in the plan 🌸 13h
As always an honour to be able to share our story to support the incredible organisation that walked beside us for 12 years
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Nick Chin-Yee Feb 21
You can read as many medical textbooks as you want, but this type of learning is invaluable. Thanks Dr. Rosenberg for sharing this simple lesson in seeing the big picture.
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KEHPCA 4h
What really is cancer? Listen to different opinions, preventive and treatment measures at:
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Armin Shahrokni Feb 18
Agree w imp of in . However it is annoying that the 1st q when u admit ur older pt w cancer to hospital is whether the pt is a candidate. Changing hospital care to hospiceal care is not promoting the imp of pall care , it is degrading its value.
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