What We Know Now 2013: End of Life Care (Public Health England / NEoLCIN)

Summary

This Public Health England / National End of Life Care Intelligence Network (NEoLCIN) report summarises research during the past year from a range of organisations and charities. There remain large variations in the proportion of deaths in hospital between local authority areas. This report presents statistics on:

  1. Local / regional EoL needs and trends in deaths.
  2. Public attitudes.
  3. Preferences for place of care and place of death.
  4. Place of death trends.
  5. Hospital care in the last year of life.
  6. Social care in the last year of life.
  7. Specialist palliative care.
  8. Primary care and community services in the last year of life.
  9. Care homes in the last year of life.
  10. Ambulance use.
  11. Different disease groups.
  12. The costs of care.
  13. The quality of care.
  14. Inequalities.
  15. End of life care education and training.

“The proportion of people dying at home or in care homes increased from 38% in 2008 to 44% in 2012, according to a new report on end of life care, ‘What We Know Now’, from Public Health England’s National End of Life Care Intelligence Network (NEoLCIN)”.

Read more: New report from PHE shows improvements in end of life care. Public Health England.

Reference

New report from PHE shows improvements in end of life care. London: Public Health England, November 4th 2013.

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Reference

What we know now 2013: new information collated by the National End of Life Care Intelligence Network. London: Public Health England / National End of Life Care Intelligence Network (NEoLCIN), November 4th 2013.

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