The site aims to offer up-to-date, evidence based information and guidance on professional aspects of palliative care. You are members of the East Midlands Cancer Network.
A tool to help Neighbourhood Teams to identify patients who require supportive and palliative care.
A collection of prompts aimed at clinicians to systematically assess patients after a fall. The aim is to provide good care planning and be able to consider the possible causes and review effectively. Some patients will be identified who are frail and in the last year of their life.
A tool used by clinical professionals that attempts to score a patient's needs and the appropriate response. Developed by a partnership of providers in Lincolnshire: ULHT; Macmillan; LCHS; Marie Curie; St Barnabas Hospice; LCC.
This is a tool for GPs designed to help them improve their GSF Palliative care meetings. It looks at whether the correct patients are identified, whether there is a systematic approach to care and makes practical suggestions. This redirects you to a new tool so please feedback comments to improve it.
This prompt guide is aimed at clinicians to systematically assess patients, provide good care planning and be able to consider and review effectively once a patient is identified as frail.
Consent to share information between suppliers, health providers and Fire Rescue Services. Recommended by our community respiratory team.
Here is the latest form from CHC as a Word Document to be completed. They do not have a website to upload this from so please tell me if they change it
When referring a patient into the IPU a form will need to be completed and returned to St Barnabas inpatient unit. Use fax (number on the form), secure email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by uploading to SystmOne and tasking ‘IPU referrals’ to notify the team of the referral. If the form is uploaded to SystmOne, please ensure a share is in place so it can be accessed by the hospice.
Where to find the forms you need to prescribe Oxygen