Thursday morning. Not another blog about advance care planning!

Originally posted on Dr Rod's Blog (almondemotion):
I have been writing about advance care plans for a while. Not necessarily ‘before they were fashionable’ – trend setting has never been my thing, yet, suffice it to say, for a while. (See here from 2017). We held another of our Covid Conversations on Thursday. Essentially,…

Reflecting on Re MW and Advance Planning: Legal frameworks and why they matter

Originally posted on Promoting Open Justice in the Court of Protection:
By Clare Fuller, 4th January 2021 Uncomfortable questions were raised for me when I witnessed the hearing (COP 13861502 Re MW) on 13th December 2021 before Sir Andrew McFarlane, President of the Family Division (also blogged here: “Patient dies in hospital as Trust fails…

New end of life care elearning pathway for nurses working in care homes

A new learning path designed for nurses working in care homes has been added to the End of Life Care for All (e-ELCA) elearning programme. It has been collated by Skills for Care, in collaboration with the Royal College of Nursing, and comprises introductory, core and additional elearning sessions which aim to support nurses workingContinue reading “New end of life care elearning pathway for nurses working in care homes”