The NHS has rooms for improvement in end of life care

Sarah Waller CBE
Publication:  The Guardian
Reference:  Guardian Professional, Thursday 1 September 2011

The environments in which patients are cared for can make a real difference to their overall health and well being. In the case of palliative care patients, good quality and sympathetic environments can provide a sense of reassurance at a time of high stress.

But despite the good progress that has been made in improving care and choice for people at the end of their lives since the publication of the national strategy in 2008, more can be done.

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