Several weeks ago Kath Parson blogged about the series of workshops being held around England during the autumn to engage with the public and professionals on proposals to improve end of life care. These workshops follow on from the publication of More Care, Less Pathway, the report of the independent review into the Liverpool Care Pathway
I attended the workshop held in Crewe and it was indeed attended by a range of professional, voluntary sector and members of the public who had experience of the Liverpool Care pathway – both good and bad.
The workshop was introduced by Ian Leech from the People in Partnership Group (Dying Matters). The aim of the workshop was to gather views on the proposals and ideas on improvements to care in the last days of life. This was done by group discussion with questions being asked, around the following themes, to initiate discussion:
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