a) National Survey of Palliative and End of Life Care Teaching in UK Medical Schools
This is the fifth iteration of a survey first undertaken in 1983, which has been repeated every ten years or so. It asks the Leads for Palliative Care teaching at each UK-based medical school a number of questions regarding how Palliative Care teaching fits into the curriculum as well as how learning is coordinated, facilitated and assessed. The current survey will also inquire into the effect that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on teaching Palliative Care, with the aim of seeing what might be learnt from this challenging time, particularly in regard to virtual learning and telecommunications.
The survey is soon to be underway.
No additional funding