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Annual Conference 2014 - Posters

This year's conference took place at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh on Wednesday 17 September 2014. Listed below are the posters displayed at the conference - to view, click on the poster name.

Anticipatory Care Plans and preferred place of end of life care/death

Anticipatory prescribing at the end-of-life in Edinburgh care homes

Art in Reflective Practice: 16 weeks, Reflections of a trainee in Palliative Medicine

Clinical Psychologists in specialist palliative care: what do we actually do?

Day Therapies: Promoting Health and Well-being in Palliative Care

Dining with Death Conversation Menus

DNACPR decisions in Lothian Care Homes

Educational Visit to the Crematorium for Hospice Staff

Enablers and Barriers to Volunteering in Care

End of Life Care in Liver Disease

End of Life Care – what matters

Essentially for you

Family satisfaction with care in the in-patient unit IPU

Improving people’s experience of death, dying and bereavement

Improving the experience for bereaved families by developing a process for issuing death certificates

Integrated and coordinated discharge planning for palliative patients

Its time to talk about death and dying

Location, location, location

Macmillan rural palliative care pharmacist practitioner project

Making today matter everyday

Managing not mending

Palliative care training for social work home carers in renfrewshire

Panning for gold

Partnership working to improve the quality of end of life care in care homes and at home

Preferred place of death – what are we documenting?

Provision of lymphoedema risk reduction information

Reflections on treatment decisions re lymphoedema

Role of the nurse in palliative care

Supporting people with learning disabilities through the palliative care journey

Tailored care for end of life patients and their carers in Fife

The experiences of caregivers of patients with delirium, and their role in its management in a palliative care setting

The Role of an Occupational Therapist and Physiotherapist with a Hospital Palliative Care Team: An Impact Assessment

The Role of the Social Worker in Palliative Care

The Use, Effectiveness and Acceptability of Telemedicine Interventions in the Provision of Palliative Care in Rural Populations

This Is Me

Understanding the barriers to identifying carers of people with supportive and palliative care needs in primary care

Using an Outcome Measure in a Palliative Day Care Unit

Volunteer support to improve well-being for patients and carers

Volunteers - vital to hospice viability

Widening Access to Services for Children of Palliative Patients

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