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SPPC Autumn Season: Virtual Poster Exhibition

Over the years, the poster display and competition has formed an integral part of networking and best practice sharing and learning at our Annual Conferences. This year is no exception - it has seen an unprecedented number of entries for the Partnership's virtual poster display and competition.

Check out the poster exhibition by clicking on the links below.

Please vote for your favourite poster here: Vote for the winner of the Derek Doyle Poster Prize, and remember there's an opportunity to hear from some of the authors at the Poster Parade Event on Thursday 29 October.

Posters

1. A flying start: Development, rapid adaptation and collaborative work through a newly established Scottish Network for Acute Palliative Care: SNAPC

2. A place of esKape: Providing support to frontline healthcare workers during the coronavirus pandemic

3. ACCORD through COVID – continuing to Care

4. Achieving evening support for carers: How an evening support programme enabled carers to have the time to attend and the benefits achieved

5. An audit of end-of-life documentation and assessment in a tertiary teaching hospital

6. An evaluation of a new service for patients who present with persistent breathlessness

7. And the choir sang on: How and why the Kilbryde Community Choir continued singing together during the COVID-19 pandemic

8. Anticipatory Care Planning in care and nursing homes in Inverclyde

9. Building a Hospice at Home team

10. Challenges with online data collection methods amongst people with dementia

11. Community of practice for arts therapists and community artists working in hospices across Scotland

12. Compassionate Communities: Sharing stories of loss, grief and care in lock-down

13. Consultant-led virtual ward rounds in a specialist palliative care unit

14. COVID-19 and hospital palliative care: A review of Ninewells HPCT referrals, activity and transfers to inpatient specialist palliative care

15. COVID-19 Care Home Recovery ECHO Network

16. COVID-19 Collaborative Compassionate Care - Supporting employees during COVID-19

17. Dignity, for everyone every day

18. End of Life Aid Skills for Everyone (EASE): A public education course

19. Giving our patients the ReSPECT they deserve: Changes from a medical approach to a more person-centred one

20. Good Grief: supporting people through bereavement

21. Hear their voices: The importance of a young adult clinic

22. High Healthcare Gain potential (pHHG) data, does it have a role in planning palliative care in primary care?

23. Hospice Hearty Meals: Tackling food inequality during the pandemic

24. Hospice staff experiences of remote consultations for palliative care during the COVID-19 pandemic: Virtual focus group study

25, How well did we palliate breathlessness in those dying of COVID-19?

26. Improving Anticipatory Care Planning on a general medical ward

27. Improving venous thromboembolism and steroid prescribing at an inpatient hospice unit: A quality improvement project

28. Indictors of quality at end of life: A regional project spanning hospice, hospital and community specialist palliative care services in Lanarkshire

29. Keeping connected through creative arts

30. Leading Anticipatory Care Planning that includes cardio-pulmonary resuscitation decisions and discussions with patients and families: An advanced practice role for nurses and physiotherapists

31. Living and dying - Class in a bag

32. Making waves to keep patients at home: Establishment of a domiciliary ultrasound service for palliative care patients

33. Managing home support volunteers during a pandemic

34. NHSGGC inspiring leadership, leading self and leading with others in a palliative care setting

35. Opioid prescribing in palliative head and neck cancer patients

36. Palliative care education: Transformational change in response to COVID-19

37. Parlez-vous prognostic indicators? How health and social care occupational therapists in Fife are driving integrated system-wide change in palliative care services

38. Past, present and future: Caring for those approaching the end of life in Scottish hospitals

39. Perspectives of palliative care clinical nurse specialists regarding the management of delirium in terminally ill patients in the community

40. Pilot of Macmillan Foundations in Palliative Care For Health Care Support Workers in Acute Hospitals across NHSGGC

41. Rehabilitative palliative care - How rehabilitative is your hospice?

42. Remote consultations in palliative care during COVID-19 pandemic: Near Me, near you?

43. Retrospective analysis on the efficacy of the SPICT tool and the quality of patient communication in a palliative care population

44. Supporting opioid prescribing in NHS Borders: SPOT - The Safer Prescription of Opioids Tool

45. Supporting palliative care in care homes: What can a palliative nurse specialist bring to a care home support team

46. Taking palliative care online

47, The Access Team

48. The haemato-oncology patient experience of the process of palliative care in the last year of life: A constructivist grounded theory study

49.The methodological challenges of rapid data collection in a pandemic

50. The Virtual Hospice

51. To plan or not to plan just yet? Early support and care planning for people with poor prognosis cancers in primary care

52. Using Project ECHO to enable a range of palliative care education during COVID-19

53. Using social media to disseminate evidence related to palliative and end of life care during the COVID-19 pandemic

54. Values-based Reflective Practice (VBRP) in action during pandemic

55. Volunteer involvement in rapid transfers of care from hospital to the community for people nearing the end of life

56. Walking the line: A collaborative quality improvement project to reduce falls in an adult hospice in-patient unit

57. Well, Well, Well: An adapted approach at delivering a wellbeing serving using digital technology

58. Wellbeing goes Virtual!

59. What difference do human rights make to end of life care?

60. What’s in a word? Language in dying patients

61. When words aren't enough…Exploring young people's grief, loss and change through art

62. Whole system approach: Supporting end of life care and conserving critical medicines during the COVID-19 pandemic

63.You're on mute: A day hospice initiative to maintain services during COVID-19

64. Your service, your way: Breaking down barriers and developing reciprocal links between the hospice and multiple ethnic minority communities in Govanhill, Glasgow using Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO)

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