Dying well at home: the case for integrated working
Project Advisory Group members:
- Louise Clark, Occupational Therapist, trainee consultant practitioner – stroke, Wessex Deanery/Royal Bournemouth Hospital
- Paul Cronin, Severn Hospital
- Sharron Edwards, Domiciliary Care Provider, Haven Care, Wirral
- Helen Findlay, former carer, Sir William Beveridge Foundation chair
- Sarah Ford, Head of Personalisation, HomeGroup
- Dr Murray Freeman, GP, Wirral
- Philippa Graham, Palliative Care Social Worker, Leicestershire & Rutland Organisation for the Relief of Suffering (LOMOS)
- Cathy Grant, Programme Manager for Health & Social Care, Wirral Metropolitan College
- Brian Hills, former carer, Uniting Carers, Dementia UK
- Helen Hume, volunteer and former carer
- Dr Mary Larkin, Principal Lecturer and Programme Leader, University of Leicester, former carer
- Christine MacBride, Community Nurse Specialist, Liverpool
- Rick O’Brien, Social Care Lead, National End of Life Care Programme
- Amanda Paine, MBE, service user
- Amanda Taylor, End of Life Care Coordinator, Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
- Mavis Taylor, Project Support Officer, Social Care Institute for Excellence
- Sandra Vargeson, End of Life Care Coordinator, Sussex Community NHS Trust
We would also like to thank the people who attended the SCIE workshop in January 2013. Their experience, views and observations have helped to shape this guide.
With thanks to the National End of Life Care Programme, which joint funded this project with SCIE.
Parts of the National End of Life Care Programme’s work came to a close on 31 March 2013, while some elements continue from 1 April 2013 as part of NHS Improving Quality, a new organisation set up to bring together the wealth of knowledge, expertise and experience of a number of previous NHS improvement organisations. You can find out more about continuing work on the National End of Life Care Programme website.