‘Choice in End of Life Care’ review makes new recommendations

‘Choice in End of Life Care’ review makes new recommendations

The Choice in End of Life Care review board have made a number of recommendations in order to improve medical care patients who are near the end of their lives. The panel said that people should have the right to choose where they die and where they get treatment.

Activists from charities, professional bodies, the NHS and Department of Health wrote that the patient's references on keratin treatment should be recorded in personal plans that are easily accessible by healthcare workers electronic platforms. It also recommended that a senior clinician should be responsible for each patient who is nearing the end of life.

The board recommended that 24 7 end of life care should be provided to people of things to die out of hospitals. Experts said that even as there have been many steps to improve health care, but many patients are receiving inadequate healthcare.

Claire Henry, the review board's chair and chief executive of the National Council for Palliative Care, said the they have recommended increasingly state funding by 130 million a year from the next government's first funding review.

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