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SPPC Autumn Season: Virtual Poster Exhibition 2021

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 36 entries for the Partnership's virtual poster display and the Derek Doyle Poster Prize competition.

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

Posters

01. A pool of tears: a young person’s lived experience through COVID

02. An audit of hospital Anticipatory Care Planning in oncology during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic

03. An audit of steroid-prescribing in the inpatient unit at The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice

04. Anticipatory Care Plans in acute medical receiving

05. Anticipatory Grief: a new educational resource for health and social care staff

06. Bereavement Charter for Children and Adults in Scotland

07. Can I Get a Connection? Taking Namaste Care training online

08. Clinical Nurse Specialist Masterclass: A community of practice across Scotland

09. Development of a tracking system for staff LFT testing for Covid-19

10. Dying in the Cold: Being homeless at the end of life in Scotland

11. End of life Care Communication: developing an educational package for critical care nurses

12. End of Life Care Together Highland

13. Enhanced Palliative Care Helpline Highland

14. Exploring the impact of weekly lunch and learn events within a hospital palliative care service

15. For Young People, By Young People

16. Hospice Hearty Meals

17. “I’m sorry I haven’t a clue” Public perceptions of anticipatory (advance) care planning (ACP) - scoping review, public consultations and websites

18. Improving compliance of the Community CNS Team, in completing NHS GG&C Anticipatory Care Plan on Clinical Portal

19. Introduction and assessment of a structured specialist palliative care discharge letter

20. ‘Just in Case’ medication supplied on discharge

21. Learnings from a transition pilot from paediatric to adult palliative care services: during a pandemic

22. No Barriers, Continuing to Care Virtually…

23. No-one dies alone, Ayrshire

24. Nurse-led interventions for multimorbidity: a mixed-methods systematic review

25. Opening the Door: connecting the hospice

26. Outdoor hospice, in-patient care – benefits to health and wellbeing

27. Palliative and end of life care in Scotland’s prisons: a mixed-methods evaluation

28. Palliative Care Forum: an opportunity for learning and multidisciplinary reflection

29. People living in care homes benefit from proactive multidisciplinary team working

30. ReSPECT3 Public Awareness Campaign

31. Routine checking of Key Information Summaries (KIS) on admission to colorectal surgery

32. SPOT: The Safer Prescription of Opioids Tool – Data Analysis

33. Wellbeing your way

34. Where to go when home is not possible? Place of care for people under 65 in their last months of life

35. Who’s the expert? Creating public education about death that recognises, mobilises and develops the knowledge that exists within communities

36. “You aren't expected to do this on your own” An exploration of virtual loss, grief and bereavement training for education and health staff during a pandemic

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