P-245 Introducing multi-disciplinary reflective practice groups into children's palliative care services

Victoria Montgomery, Linda Maynard, Carolyn Leese, Lorraine Kaka, Josie Dwyer
2016 Workforce, Volunteers, Leadership, Education and Workplace   unpublished
Assessment and care planning including hydration and nutrition . End of life care . Care after death/bereavement care On completion the participant receives a passport at a celebration event, and will have compiled a personal portfolio of group work, additional tasks, and personal reflections. The organisation receives an annual certificate detailing the number of staff that complete the PCEP, and a portfolio of evidence. We also encourage participants to access e-ELCA and record this on the
more » ... sport. Results Evaluation shows encouraging signs of increased motivation, confidence and skills of those attending, and changes being made within their organisations. It is currently funded via the hospice and MPET (multi professional education & training), and due to the high uptake, the CCG (clinical commissioning group) have requested further modules to be developed for disease specific training. Conclusion The PCEP accredits the care worker, and inspires them to make changes from within their organisation.
doi:10.1136/bmjspcare-2016-001245.266 fatcat:nl3btgdbjbetvadcuk3eh5cu2u