Delivering personalised and coordinated end of life care
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Delivering personalised and coordinated end of life care

Patsy Hatfield Ward sister, Cawthorne Ward, Danetre Community Hospital, Daventry

A ward sister discusses why communication and coordination of care are so important

Nursing someone as they approach the end of their life is a responsibility and a privilege. To be able to say you have contributed in making a person’s death as good as it could possibly have been is satisfying and can be a valuable reminder of why you entered the profession.

Nursing Older People. 31, 1, 18-19. doi: 10.7748/nop.31.1.18.s14

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