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On 23rd November, QNIS Chair of Community Nursing at Robert Gordon University, Professor Catriona Kennedy, gave her inaugural lecture on Anticipatory Care. Janette Barrie, the National Clinical Lead (Nursing) for Anticipatory Care with Healthcare Improvement Scotland, attended, and has provided us with our latest guest blog. What an honour it was to attend Professor Catriona Kennedy’s Inaugural Lecture at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen. Linking in with the QNIS to raise the profile of research within Community Nursing, Professor Kennedy took up post earlier this year. The lecture focussed on Anticipatory Care Planning: A fundamental skill in nursing, and I couldn’t…
This project sought to develop and test an initial framework of integrated working to facilitate person centred care for patients and families at the end of their life who are being cared for at home.
The aim of this project was to design and pilot a pathway for delivering integrated support between the NHS and the Third Sector to people at risk of cancer-related lymphoedema.