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Letter Expressing Brexit Concerns Sent to All MPs Representing Scottish Constituencies

SPPC has written to all MPs who represent Scottish constituencies to reiterate concerns about the impact of Brexit on the care of people approaching the end of their lives. Together with the letter SPPC also sent a copy of its updated analysis of the likely impacts of Brexit on palliative and end of life care. You can download a copy of the letter here.

What should primary care look like for the next generation?

The SPPC has responded to the Scottish Parliament Health and Sport Committee consultation exploring the future of primary care in Scotland. The response can be accessed here: What should primary care look like for the next generation?

Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care comments on The Inescapable Truth about Dying in Scotland (a new report by Dignity in Dying)

Following the recent publication of The Inescapable Truth by Dignity in Dying, the Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care has published the following comment on the report:

Updated SPPC Position Paper on the Impacts of Brexit on Palliative and End of Life Care

SPPC has updated its position paper on the potential impacts of Brexit on palliative and end of life care in Scotland. The revised paper includes consideration of the Immigration White Paper and the latest developments in planning for a No Deal Brexit, with implications for medicines supply. A copy of the paper can be downloaded here.

SPPC response to BASRiS consultation

The SPPC has submitted a response to the Scottish Government's Consultation on Benefits Assistance Under Special Rules in Scotland (BASRiS).

SG Action Plan on Neurological Conditions

The SPPC has submitted a response to the Scottish Government's consultation on its draft National Action Plan on Neurological Conditions.

New community development project to support "compassionate communities" in Scotland

The Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care (SPPC) is embarking on a new project, funded by Macmillan Cancer Support. Taking a community development approach, the project aims to support communities who are interested in taking local action to improve people’s experiences of death, dying, loss and care.

Culture Strategy

The Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care has submitted a response to the Scottish Government's consultation on the Culture Strategy for Scotland.

Annual Conference 2018

Bookings are now open for our Annual Conference , which will take place on 28 November in Edinburgh.

Health and Care (Staffing) (Scotland) Bill

The SPPC has submitted a response to the Health & Sport Committee call for views on the Health and Care (Staffing) (Scotland) Bill.

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