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After the Liverpool Care Pathway--development of heuristics to guide end of life care for people with dementia: protocol of the ALCP study.

Davies N, Manthorpe J, Sampson EL, Iliffe S - BMJ Open (2015)

Bottom Line: Phase 2 will test the use of heuristics in practice in five sites: one general practice, one community nursing team, one hospital ward and two palliative care teams working in the community.This study has received ethical approval from a local NHS research ethics committee (Rec ref: 15/LO/0156).The findings of this study will be presented in peer-reviewed publications and national and international conferences.

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Affiliation: Research Department of Primary Care & Population Health, UCL, London, UK.

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Mentions: This study will use mixed methods and comprise three phases: phase 1 will use input from interviews with families plus findings from focus groups with families and practitioners, and a rapid appraisal literature review to develop a collection of heuristics; phase 2 will test the feasibility of the developed heuristics in real settings and phase 3 will evaluate the heuristics using semistructured interviews and group interviews, finishing by synthesising the learning from all sites to create the final heuristics. FigureĀ 1 shows the project's flow path.


After the Liverpool Care Pathway--development of heuristics to guide end of life care for people with dementia: protocol of the ALCP study.

Davies N, Manthorpe J, Sampson EL, Iliffe S - BMJ Open (2015)

Overview of the project.
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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BMJOPEN2015008832F1: Overview of the project.
Mentions: This study will use mixed methods and comprise three phases: phase 1 will use input from interviews with families plus findings from focus groups with families and practitioners, and a rapid appraisal literature review to develop a collection of heuristics; phase 2 will test the feasibility of the developed heuristics in real settings and phase 3 will evaluate the heuristics using semistructured interviews and group interviews, finishing by synthesising the learning from all sites to create the final heuristics. FigureĀ 1 shows the project's flow path.

Bottom Line: Phase 2 will test the use of heuristics in practice in five sites: one general practice, one community nursing team, one hospital ward and two palliative care teams working in the community.This study has received ethical approval from a local NHS research ethics committee (Rec ref: 15/LO/0156).The findings of this study will be presented in peer-reviewed publications and national and international conferences.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Research Department of Primary Care & Population Health, UCL, London, UK.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus