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Strategic Direction and support

Palliative and End of Life Care Alliance in South Tyneside Patient Reference Sub-Group meeting Thursday 7 th June 2018. Our structure. South Tyneside Palliative Care Strategic Alliance. Strategic Direction and support. South Tyneside Palliative Care Leaders Group

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Strategic Direction and support

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  1. Palliative and End of Life Care Alliance in South TynesidePatient Reference Sub-Group meetingThursday 7th June 2018

  2. Our structure South Tyneside Palliative Care Strategic Alliance Strategic Direction and support South Tyneside Palliative Care Leaders Group Programme implementation and oversight Work stream 1 Identifying the Palliative Care patient Work stream 2 My Palliative Care “the right support at the right time” Work stream 3 The last Days of life Education & training

  3. South Tyneside Palliative and End of life Care Marketing & Communication My Palliative Care “The right support at the right time” The last days of life • Education & workforce development • Improve access, induction and maintenance of appropriate EoL palliative care training and education for all stakeholders • Support the education/training needs of the above • Acknowledge that we need to understand the needs of stakeholders OUR VISION In the last stage of my life I can expect to receive personalised care and support delivered by coordinated teams working together honestly and consistently to help me and the people important to me. Identifying the Palliative care patient Good Care, Good Death, Good Memories • Key interventions: • Improve the use of Palliative Care registers in primary care • Develop and implement a generalist tool for identifying patients in the last year of their life • Increase the Identification of patients with palliative care needs in non-cancer, minority and hard to reach groups • Key interventions: • Improve the FastTrack process • Streamline the co-ordination and referral process along the palliative care journey • Work in partnership with our third sector services to help raise awareness of services available to support patients and carers • Key interventions: • Improve access to appropriate medication at the end of life • Support patients to achieve their preferred place of death • Ensure patients, families & carers have a positive experience in their last days of life

  4. How we will do this: Organisational and supporting processes in place to support new ways of working Engaged, informed individuals, families and carers Health and care professionals committed to partnership working Person-centred co-ordinated care Commissioning - making sure resources are in the right place at the right time

  5. Some examples of patient involvement • Patient involvement brings an understanding, for all health & care professionals, as to what true value is in the eyes of the person receiving the care. • Without this, how do we really know what matters most? New unit Patient involvement in redesigning a new unit

  6. Get involved…… We would like authentic input from our local community to shape and develop solutions to key interventions across the Palliative & End of Life Care in South Tyneside Keen to explore today how we do this This could involve a flexible approach depending on your feedback Find your own pace with the level of involvement

  7. Thank you! Any questions?

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