After the success of its two previous workshops on Anticipatory Prescribing, the Cambridge Palliative and End of Life Care Group is holding a further workshop on Wednesday October 30th in Cambridge for health professionals and policy makers. We will review Dr Richella Ryan’s research on national polices and guidelines for AP and start work on drawing up professional consensus guidance together.
See below for draft programme; download it here. Map of the venue (Clinical School, Addenbrooke’s Hospital Site) can be found here.
Anticipatory Prescribing in community end of life care:
developing national professional guidance
Wednesday October 30th2019
Seminar Room 10, School of Clinical Medicine, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge. CB2 0QQ
1) To define the scope of national professional guidance
2) To start work on developing the content of national professional guidance
3) To develop plans for a subsequent modified Delphi exercise study and other research studies
As agreed at the previous workshops, it is anticipated that there will be some core guidance on which there is consensus and some content that is flexible for local decision-making.
09.30 Registration and coffee
10.00 Welcome and housekeeping
10.15 Guidelines, policies and documents supporting AP. A UK-wide study
10.45 Round-table 1. National professional guidance: the key domains to address.
11.45 Top tips for best practice and areas for improvement from previous workshops
Ben Bowers and Richella Ryan
12.15 Round-table 2. National professional guidance: content of the key domains part 1.
13.00 Lunch break
13.45 Round-table 3. National professional guidance: content of the key domains part 2.
14.30 Tea break
14.45 Plenary discussion and next steps
CPD approval by the Royal College of Physicians being sought.
Certificates of attendance will be provided.
Dr Stephen Barclay, University of Cambridge email@example.com