Life after loss: an economic evaluation of specialist counselling after baby loss – Centre for Mental Health

This report is an economic evaluation of the baby loss charity Petals, which provides counselling to women who have experienced the death of a baby and their partners. The evaluation calculates that national provision of counselling to 4,822 mothers would

If I could, I would…: Integrated Person-Centred Planning for Children, Young People and Families Receiving Palliative Care: Guidance and Toolkit – Rebecca Riley & Associates, UK

Written to support the NICE End of life care guidance for neonates children and young people, this framework and selection of practical tools provides guidance on how to implement person centred end of life care planning.  It delivers a comprehensive

Statutory funding for children’s hospice and palliative care charities in England 2018/19 – Together for Short Lives

Together for Short Lives survey of 27 children’s hospices in England shows that NHS and local council cuts are hitting lifeline care for seriously ill children. The report calls on NHS England to keep its promise to protect the Children’s

Clinical guidelines for major incidents and mass casualty events – NHS England

This guidance has been developed with the occasional trauma team in mind, for example, surgeons in a trauma unit who need to treat a deteriorating P2 patient, or a P1 patient who has been conveyed to the trauma unit, during

Talking About Dying: How To Begin Honest Conversations About What Lies Ahead – Royal College of Physicians

Royal College of Physicians  report that highlights and challenges professional reluctance to engage in conversations with patients about uncertainty, treatment ceilings, resuscitation status and death. It offers some ‘mythbusters’ to get physicians thinking and signposts to tools and educational resources

End of life care: strengthening choice: An inquiry report by the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Children Who Need Palliative Care – All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Children Who Need Palliative Care

Report that highlights five areas of particular concern, where many children and their families have limited access to: children’s palliative care out of hours and at weekends short breaks for respite age-appropriate palliative care and smooth transitions to adult services