Cheshire EPaCCS Workshop – Using electronic records to enhance patient experience at the end of life

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Session Overview
  • To reflect on the groups experiences of using the EPaCCS workbook
  • To give an overview of the Cheshire wide digital implementation of EPaCCS demonstrating how clinical records from different organisations fit within this
  • To consider the use of EPaCCS from a patient case study perspective
  • To review current Primary Care EPaCCS data for Cheshire and to consider the potential implications for local practice

PLEASE NOTE: participants must complete the EPaCCS workbook before attending this session for the content to be relevant.

Learning Outcomes
  • Undertake/contribute to multi-disciplinary assessment and information sharing
  • In partnership with others, review assessments to take account of changing needs, priorities and wishes, and ensure information about changes is properly shared.
  • Where appropriate, ensure that the wishes of the individual, as described in an Advance Care Planning statement, are shared (with permission) with other workers.
  • When appropriate, know what the Advance Care Planning statement contains, and how this will impact upon a person’s care and support.
  • Length: 1.5 hours
  • Suitable for: Health and Social Care Staff working in Cheshire involved in the care of people at the end of life
  • Delivered: Online via Microsoft Teams

Funded dates for Cheshire East Place staff only:

  • Tuesday 17 September 2024: 9.30 – 11:00
  • Tuesday 12 November 2024:  13:00 – 14:30
  • Friday 14 February 2025: 10:00 – 11.30
  • Tuesday 18 March 2025: 10:00 – 11.30
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