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P-51 Views and experiences of community anticipatory medication care: a longitudinal qualitative interview study with patients, informal caregivers and their clinicians
Introduction/Background The potential benefit of using an anticipatory driver is more robust symptom management at the end of life, with less need for repeated injections, which may be particularly useful in the community setting. While national guidance on the issue lacks clarity, the Association of Supportive and Palliative Care Pharmacy (ASPCP) recently stated that the 'perceived benefit of the anticipatory prescribing of a syringe pump does not outweigh potential risks'. Despite somedoi:10.1136/spcare-2022-scpsc.72 fatcat:ujtswyx7z5gudk6alirv4qstey