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To Provide Final Outputs and Recommendations – The Hospice at Home OPEL Public Consult, January 2020

10-Jan-2020

The OPEL Research team will shortly be hosting a consensus workshop in London, designed to help them to review their study findings and produce guidelines for future Hospice at Home services. 

Funded by the National Institute for Health Research, The OPEL Study (Optimum Hospice at Home Services for End of Life Care) is a partnership between the Universities of Kent, Surrey and Cambridge, Pilgrims Hospices, the National Association for Hospice at Home and NHS England, and is supported by Hospice UK.

The intention of the Study is to find out what features of Hospice at Home models work, for whom, and under what circumstances.

The Study team are inviting members of the public to attend who have had experience of end of life care. The Team say attendees can include carers, bereaved carers, service users and hospice volunteers.

The Study team advise Public attendees’ travel expenses can be paid.

For more information about the Project and the Study event , you can contact Mel Rees-Roberts, Project Manager for the Study, by email at m.rees-roberts@kent.ac.uk, or you can call 01227 816433.

 


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