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Annual Conference 2017 - Posters

Listed below are the posters displayed at the 2017 Annual Conference - to view, click on the poster name.

01. A quality improvement approach to cognitive assessment on hospice admission: could we use the 4AT or Short CAM?

02. A very expensive sticking plaster?

03. Accessing Advanced Care Plans: what's in a Key Information Summary (KIS)?

04. Adult and Children's Palliative Care Services Working Together to Transform Transitions through Trust and Innovation

05. An Evaluation of the Lothian Palliative Care Redesign Programme

06. An Innovative Approach To Community Nursing

07. Anticipatory Care Plans and Advanced Care Plans in Non-Malignant Palliative Care

08. Culture Sharing: Death and dying in North India – learning from a mentorship visit to a rural palliative care team in North India

09. Discontinuing non-essential interventions at the end of life – a split site, dual discipline quality improvement project

10. Do Hospital Anticipatory Care Plans improve patient care? An evaluation of end of life care in a District General Hospital

11. Do cloth bereavement bags make a difference when handing back patients’ belongings to bereaved relatives/ carers compared to the current plastic bags within the acute hospitals across NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde?

12. End of life care in hospital - are we getting it right?

13. End of life care: service evaluation in a hospice in-patient unit

14 End-stage chronic liver disease: a look at the last year of life

15. Enriching & Improving Experience

16. Football and Absent Friends

17. Hospital Based Complex Clinical Care

18. Implementing Palliative and End of Life Care Standards in Scottish Prisons

19. Inheritance Books and Health Promoting Palliative Care at the Edinburgh International Book Festival

20. Inspiring Leadership – Leading self; leading others in a palliative care setting

21. Introduction of a 7-day Clinical Nurse Specialist service, a partnership approach

22. Is palliative care appropriate for people with major stroke?

23. Is Scotland ready to create its own day of the dead?

24. "Living Right up to the End" What people with long term conditions want to support them to plan ahead

25. More Care Less Pathway approach to end of life care

26. Moving towards a vision of Person Centred Culture (PCC) across the hospice: do all eyes see the same truth?

27. Palliative and end of life care in the community

28. Palliative and end of life care research in Scotland 2006 – 2015: A scoping review

29. Palliative care in the ICU setting

30. Palliative care from diagnosis to death: developing a rationale

31. Palliative intent treatment for head and neck cancer: an analysis of local practice and outcomes

32. Patients, carers and healthcare professionals’ perceptions and experiences of managing metastatic spinal cord compression: a qualitative multiple case study

33. Person-centred care – at the heart of what we do

34. Proactive Discharge - a person-centred approach to wellbeing within a hospice day service

35. 'Putting Activity Back into Life: The Inception of a Wellbeing Group'

36. Relational elements of end of life anticipatory care planning (ACP): implementation in Dumfries and Galloway

37. Rosebery End of Life Care and Choices

38. Socioeconomic status is associated with place of death in patients known to hospice services

39. Testing a WISeR approach to community palliative care and accompanying pamphlet

40. The barriers and facilitators to implementing the Carer Support Needs Assessment Tool (CSNAT) in a community palliative care setting

41. The decision to undergo palliative chemotherapy: how do patients feel about the decision making process at the Edinburgh Cancer Centre?

42. The Inside Out Hospice Approach

43. The WoW Consultation

44. Using poetry to describe the essence of person-centred engagement in palliative care

45. Using the Gold Standard Framework "trigger questions" to improve medical inpatient anticipatory care planning

46. Working together to enable person-centred palliative and end of life care
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