Learning from people’s experience of last days of life

26 October 2012
Dying Matters, the National End of Life Care programme, and other national organisations release statement

Recent media coverage has highlighted a number of examples where people have reported that care in the last days of life has not been of high quality. Several national organisations including Dying Matters, co-ordinated by the National End of Life Care Programme, are taking positive action to initiate projects to learn from people’s experiences so that improvements can continue to be made.

You can read the full statement at the National End of Life Care programme website.

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