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- Supporting carers to cope
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- Case studies
Dr Catherine Millington-Sanders
Dr Catherine Millington-Sanders is the Royal College of General Practitioners and Marie Curie National Clinical End of Life Care Champion. She is a GP, clinical commissioner and educationalist who has also worked as a speciality doctor in palliative medicine for seven years. In Catherine's case study, a deteriorating elderly patient wants to die at home with his wife.
Dr Peter Nightingale
Dr Peter Nightingale is a practising GP in Lancaster with a special interest in diabetes. He also works in hospice palliative care. In Peter's case study, his patient, Ron, dies in the place of his choice thanks to advance care planning.
Dr Mayur Lakhani
Professor Mayur Lakhani is a practising GP and active appraiser in Leicestershire, and is also the Chair of the Dying Matters Coalition. He talks about an elderly patient who wanted to die at home, and the measures put in place to ensure this happened.
End of life care in NHS South Central
Improving end of life care for patients and their carers is a strategic priority across NHS South of England (Central), and one in which it has already made a significant impact.
End of life care for people with a learning disability
As a GP, would you recognise when an adult with a learning disability is approaching the end of life? A ground-breaking pathway in Nottinghamshire is helping GPs and clinicians do just that while transforming the end of life care experiences of people with a learning disability.