Developing end of life care practice: a guide to workforce development to support social care and health workers to apply the common core principles and competencies for end of life care

Document type
Guidance
Author(s)
Skills for Care (Organization); Skills for Health (Great Britain); National End of Life Care Programme (England)
Publisher
Skills for Care
Date of publication
1 February 2012
Subject(s)
Social Work, Social Care and Social Services, Health Services, Older Adults
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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This guidance has been developed to ensure that workers involved in supporting someone who is at the end of their life are properly trained to be able to undertake their work effectively and appropriately. Each section gives an explanation of the area of work, and includes important links to further information and resources. There is also a ‘practice scenario’ to show how the competences are connected, and how they can be used to help in developing services and in ensuring that workers are appropriately trained and skilled.

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