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Care Plan for End of Life
  
Following on from the Care Plan for End of Life Interim Evaluation (January 2015) there is now a new version of the Care Plan for End of Life which will be officially launched on Monday 24th August 2015. If you should require further advice and support concerning use of the new Care Plan within your place of work then please contact your Macmillan Specialist Palliative Care Team ,or The End of Life Partnership Service Development Team. Alternatively book onto one of our dedicated training sessions detailed within the Education & Training section at the bottom of this page.
 
Copies of the care plan are now available to print from this page (see bleow). Staff working for East Cheshire NHS Trust may also request copies from the print room at MDGH.
 
August 2015 One Chance to Get it Right- 1 Year on- Department of Health
June 26th 2014 One Chance to get it right - response to the Liverpool Care Pathway Review is published
 
The Care Plan for End of Life is based upon the 5 Priorities set out by the Leadership Alliance for the Care of Dying People:
 
Five Priorities Picture.JPG
 Care Plans & Inserts
 
Care Plans
 
 
East Cheshire NHS Trust:

 

Care Homes Version

 
 
Spare Page Inserts
 
Standalone After Death/Verification of Expected Death(optional use for all deaths to replace the previous carbon copy used at MDGH)
 
Information leaflets
 
 
Under development 
Specialist Care Setting Inserts e.g ICU & Mental Capacity Assessment
Mouth Care insert
Family communication booklet
 
  Supporting Documents
 
Professional Leaflet to guide the delivery of the five priorities
Prompts for Practice- to support professionals in their delivery of the five priorities
 
August 2015 One Chance to Get it Right- 1 Year on- Department of Health
June 26th 2014 One Chance to get it right - response to the Liverpool Care Pathway Review is published
Care in the last days of life resources following the LACD publication
Leadership Alliance for the Care of Dying People 2nd Interim Statement March 2014
 
 
Liverpool Care Pathway review: More care;less pathway (2013)
 
 Education & Training
 
IMPORTANT NOTE: The resources below are intended as being supportive of the education and training that is delivered by members of the End of Life Partnership or by local Macmillan Specialist Palliative Care Nurses. These resources should therefore not be viewed as a substitute for training. All professionals caring for people at the end of life have a personal accountability to ensure they receive training in use of the care plan, as well as attending regular updates (at least 2 yearly) as part of their commitment to ongoing professional development.
 
Resources for Training
PowerPoint (to follow)
Memory Joggers (A5 Diary version)