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Poster Parade 2024

The SPPC Palliative Care Poster Parade is an online collection of posters showcasing best practice and new initiatives to improve experiences of living with serious illness, dying and bereavement in Scotland and further afield.

You can view all the posters below.

Derek Doyle Poster Prizewinners

Each year, the Derek Doyle Poster Prize is awarded to the poster that gets the most public votes in the SPPC Poster Parade  Read about the winners here: Poster Prizewinners.

Palliative Care Poster Parade

01. A Palliative Care Virtual Ward – A viable, safe, supportive alternative to dying in a hospice click here

02. ‘A Walk with Absent Friends’ A collaborative public art installation on loss, death, and care click here

03. Addressing Terminal Agitation: A multidisciplinary approach to enhancing patient care and team support click here

04. An audit of anticipatory care planning in patients with advanced liver disease and an investigation into the effects of having an advanced liver disease multi-disciplinary meeting on anticipatory care planning click here

05. An innovative approach to develop and offer a training programme across services and boundaries based on what matters to service users, carers and staff click here

06. An innovative, equitable approach to improve awareness of and access to supportive and palliative services and digital resources based on what matters to service users, carers and staff across Ayrshire and Arran click here

07. Bridging Cultural Divides in Palliative Care: A Framework for Shared Decision-Making and Care Ethics in a Resource-Constrained Environment click here

08. COMFRT at end of life in ICU - saving other lives and giving hope click here

09. Compassionate communication in palliative and end-of-life care workshops for community telecare-alarm responders click here

10. Conducting a Phase III Clinical Trial in a Hospice Environment click here

11. Creating, nurturing and sustaining service improvement in Scotland's hospitals in the shadow of austerity click here

12. Critical Junctures: when children and families need CHAS most click here

13. De-Prescribing in Palliative Care: A Quality Improvement Approach at University Hospital Monklands click here

14. Deprescribing in Palliative Care at the Ayrshire Hospice click here

15. Dundee Enhanced Community Palliative Care Project click here

16. EASE: The Story So Far click here

17. Effect of Palliative Care Education on the Palliative Care Knowledge of Newly Qualified Medical Doctors in Nigeria click here

18. End of Life Medication Administration by Scottish Ambulance Service Clinicians click here

19. Evaluating anticipatory care documentation for palliative patients discharged from hospital to home at two NHS GGC sites; a large teaching hospital and a district general hospital click here

20. Exploring Community Nurses’ lived experiences and perceptions of ‘preparedness’ to provide palliative and end of life care in rural Scotland: a qualitative study protocol click here

21. Exploring the impact of Community Connection for those who have been Bereaved click here

22. Extending Future Care Planning across Health and Social Care click here

23. Generalist Palliative Medicine in NHS Tayside click here

24. Giving yourself loving kindness click here

25. "Greetin' for a wee bawbee”: Embracing Scottish Heritage within Music Therapy in a Palliative Care Setting click here

26. Growing up in palliative care – is there a prescription for transition? click here

27. Heart Failure: Getting to the heart of ‘What Matters to You’ Conversations click here

28. “Here’s My Number, Call Me Maybe?” Developing a Specialist Palliative Care Telephone Advice Line for Healthcare Professionals click here

29. Hospital Palliative Care Team Referrals for People with Advanced Liver Disease click here

30. “I just want to be me”: End of life care for trans and gender diverse communities click here

31. Improving oral care for those with frailty and life limiting illness: A quality improvement project in a Hospice and Acute Hospital Medicine for the Elderly setting click here

32. Inequalities faced by prisoners in the UK in relation to their access to palliative care click here

33. Influencing a restorative culture through the embedding of Resilience Based Clinical Supervision at St Columba's Hospice Care click here

34. Inverclyde Macmillan Improving the Cancer Journey – Community Based Approach click here

35. Launch of the new Scottish Palliative Care Guidelines website and mobile application click here

36. Let’s Talk about OSCaRS click here

37. “Living Matters Now”: Improving transitional care for young people with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions click here

38. Longer term feasibility of an online Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) intervention to promote palliative care staff well-being click here

39. Making SENSE of End of Life Care click here

40. More Than The Last Breath click here

41. Music and movement for people with Parkinson’s disease and their carers: A Dalcroze Eurhythmics pilot study within a hospice environment click here

42. Out with the old and in with the new: transforming community palliative care prescribing and administration of medicines in Tayside click here

43. Palliative care delivery - An ambulance service journey click here

44. Palliative care education for Clinical Fellows - an unmet need click here

45. Palliative Care Research in Fife: developing an evidence base for improved policy, practice and care through collaboration and action click here

46. Partnership Working - Developing Knowledge and Creating a Community of Practice in Palliative and End of Life Care for Paramedics - Scottish Ambulance Service and Marie Curie click here

47. Practitioner perspectives on the use of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for bereavement support click here

48. Quality of Care – Percentage of time spent at Home or in a Community Setting and Location of Death across Scotland click here

49. Realistic Conversations webinars in NHSGGC click here

50. Recommended Summary Plan for Emergency Care and Treatment (ReSPECT) Evaluations and Future Steps click here

51. Renfrewshire Bereavement Network click here

52. Review of dietitian service within the Pelvic Radiation Disease (PRD) late effects clinic click here

53. Role of MacMillan’s Improving the Cancer Journey in supporting people at end of life click here

54. St Columba’s Hospice Access Team: traversing routes into evolving hospice care services click here

55. The Emotion Labyrinth click here

56. The hand that touches the Patient - Teaching professional carers using a Standardised Framework click here

57. The Impact of a Supportive Care service for patients with Interstital Lung Disease click here

58. Tri service development in Last Aid click here

59. Truacanta: Scotland’s Compassionate Community Project click here

60. Urgent Home Visiting Team click here

61. Using an adapted Shadowbox technique to teach healthcare staff how to manage a patient with end-of-life care needs: A blueprint for educators click here

62. What are the experiences, perceptions and educational needs of registered nurses to allow them to provide nurse led end-of-life care in an in-patient hospice setting? An extended literature review click here

63. What to expect and what is expected!: A competency framework for Band 6 Clinical Nurse Specialists in Palliative Care click here

64. Who is more death literate – bus drivers or students? A pilot of the Death Literacy Index in Scotland click here

65. Who’s calling? Evaluation of a Specialist Palliative Care 24/7 Telephone Advice Service click here




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