Information for public and Health and Social Care professionals This is information is about compassionate grounds visiting
Information for Health and Social Care professionals. Information on how to access syringe drivers, pharmacies, bereavement helplines, how to access the Palliative Care – 24/7 Advice Line for Professionals, how to access the emotional wellbeing helpline and useful resources
Information for Health and Social care professionals. Out of Hours supply of Controlled Drugs for Palliative patients Extended Hours Pharmacies for Christmas period 2020
Produced by the palliative care consultants at St Barnabas Hospice. Advice on the common symptoms in those dying at home of Covid-19 and the treatments that may alleviate suffering. Includes and updated anticipatory medication chart (just in case or CD1)
A local policy to allow informal carers to give injections to palliative care patients in the community date issued April 2020
For Health and Social care staff Information on how to install the GSF and After Death Audit Tools into Microsoft Excel on your computer. Step by step guide
As someone with caring responsibilities we understand that this is a difficult and uncertain time and there will no doubt be questions and concerns that you have with regards to the continuing impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on you and your loved ones. Given the recent announcement regarding the New National Restrictions from 5th November, the Public Health team at Lincolnshire County Council (LCC) has updated their Guidance for Carers publication (COVID-19), providing a wealth of information, links and advice to support you in your caring role.
Resource for Health and Social Care Professionals. Map of the Neighbourhood clusters. Contact details for Neighbourhood Leads in the East, South and west and how to make a nomination
Resource for Health and Social Care Professionals The SPICT™ helps professionals identify people with general indicators of poor or deteriorating health and clinical signs of life-limiting conditions for assessment and care planning. What will happen to each person and when is often uncertain. SPICT™ looks at health status not a prognostic time frame. Identifying people with deteriorating health earlier improves care. This tool is also an appendix 1 for the Butterfly Advance Care Planning and Coordination Team (ACCT) Service Operating Procedure
Resource for Health and Social Care Professionals. Please use this resource also with Service Operating Procedure Butterfly Advance Care Planning and Coordination Team (ACCT) The SPICTTM is used to help identify people whose health is deteriorating. Assess them for unmet supportive and palliative care needs.