Lincolnshire Specific ReSPECT

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ReSPECT
17th May 2017

ReSPECT is a process that creates personalised recommendations for a person’s clinical care in a future emergency in which they are unable to make or express choices. Click on "learning" to access the training resources

ReSPECT video for Lincolnshire by Dr Adam Brown
30th September 2018

Dr Adam Brown explains about ReSPECT. How it is different and an improvement to the current DNACPR procedure. He gives tips to health professionals on its use and highlights some helpful resources. The video is about 14 minutes in length.

ReSPECT Letter to Lincolnshire Clinicians
12th July 2018

A letter explaining Lincolnshire decision to adopt ReSPECT as a replacement for the current DNACPR form in 2019

ReSPECT Draft Policy for Lincolnshire
1st October 2018 | Source: Lincolnshire Care and Services

This is the draft policy for use across all providers in Lincolnshire as agreed by the Task and Finish Group. It is currently going through the clinical governance committees across the Lincolnshire.

The ReSPECT Form
19th February 2019

Here is the form which you can partially complete on your computer. It then has to be printed off and scanned onto the clinical system. It is not shareable electronically. If you require printed forms then to order additional ReSPECT forms, you can make contact in two ways by email: respect@lincolnshirewestccg.nhs.uk or call Lincs. West Quality Team on 01522 515351, they are a very helpful team and respond quickly to requests.

ReSPECT Lincolnshire. Patient story on video- Margaret Inkpen
2nd October 2018

Margaret's emotional story of the attempted and failed resuscitation of her 101 year old mother despite a valid "Do Not Attempt Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation" form in place.

ReSPECT launch video for Lincolnshire
6th February 2019

A short video just explaining why Lincolnshire is behind this initiative

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