12 Key Learnings from the Diagnostic Report to Inform the Model for Palliative and End of Life Care Service Provision

Aim

To present the 12 Key Learnings from the Diagnostic process that will directly inform the Model for Palliative and End of Life Care (PEoLC) Service Provision in a one-page summary.

Benefits

The key learnings of the Diagnostic Report provide the ACI with the basis on which to develop solutions and a Model of Care that directly address the core problems that have been identified.

Summary

The 12 Key Learnings of the Diagnostic Report provide a condensed snapshot of the findings of an extensive diagnostic exercise; a comprehensive evidence gathering process including consultations with patients and carers, primary care, aged care, acute care and specialist palliative care professionals.

Background

Partnerships

  • Patients, families, carers and volunteers;
  • Primary care providers including general practitioners, residential aged care facility staff, community nurses, medical specialists, hospital staff, Aboriginal health workers;
  • Non-government and community agencies;
  • Specialist palliative care providers;
  • End of life governance committees in Local Health Districts;
  • Planners, managers, researchers;
  • Medicare Locals;
  • Other Pillars

Key Dates

Pilot Sites

Implementation Sites

Evaluation

Related Initiatives

Further Details

Contact

Heather Davey
Acting Palliative Care Network Manager
heather.davey@health.nsw.gov.au
02 9464 4615

Chris Shipway
Director, Primary Care and Chronic Services
chris.shipway@health.nsw.gov.au
02 9464 4728

Page Top | Added: 21 July 2014 | Last modified: 5 August 2014

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Contact:
Heather Davey
Acting Palliative Care Network Manager
Email
02 9464 4615
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