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Better Endings - the NIHR Dissemination Centre’s first Themed Review

  Created on Tuesday, 08 Dec 2015. Posted in End of life care | Literature | Dissemination

Better Endings - Right Care, Right Place, Right Time brings together evidence from the NIHR, focusing largely on the quality and organisation of care.

The review aims to help those delivering, planning or using end of life services to ensure that the right care is delivered in the right place at the right time.

  • Watch the video: Professor Bee Wee, National Clinical Director for End of Life Care, talks about the importance of research, priorities for care providers and the challenges that we need to overcome to improve end of life services.  
  • Read the blog: Dr Katherine Sleeman, from King’s College London’s Cicely Saunders Institute, examines recent reports that the UK is best place in the world to die and asks how we can make it better.
  • Listen to the interview: Dr Margaret McCartney talks about the role for general practice in delivering end of life care and the practicalities around helping people to die in the place of their choice.

For more information visit the website