End of life care: a guide for GPs- Archived [?]
This read, reflect, and respond module in the form of an audio podcast explores how to achieve "a good death", what matters to discuss with patients, and the end of life care pathway.
After completing this module you should know:
- How to achieve a "good death"
- How to capture dying patients on GP registers, especially non-cancer patients
- Identifying dying patients
- Which matters to discuss with end of life patients
- The end of life care pathway
- How GP consortiums could potentially change the GP's role.
Kate Adams, Professor Mayur Lakhani
28 Oct 2014
03 Jan 2011
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