Online Resources and Education
For advice on symptom management and clinical guidelines please access the network palliative care guideline below:
For information and Guidance concerning anticipatory prescribing of medication download the links below:
The national website, e-learning for health, has an excellent section dedicated to End of Life Care for All (e-ecla) It is simple to register and use and provides a wealth of information on many different areas of care within palliative and end of life care. There are also modules designed specifically for different disciplines including doctors and AHPs.
To access this website please click here
CLIP (Current Learning in Palliative Care) is a case based programme of self-learning workshops that each take approximately 15-20 mins to complete. They are supported by St Oswald's Hospice and are arranged at three levels of experience: Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced. To access CLIP please click here
The Marie Curie charity has an on-line 'Palliative care Knowledge Zone.' It introduces the knowledge and skills needed to provide high quality end of life care. It is aimed a generalist staff who do not work in the field of specialist palliative care.
To access the Marie Curie website please click here