This report assesses progress made against commitments in the “One Chance to Get it Right” report, which was released just over a year ago as a response to the Independent Review of the Liverpool Care Pathway (LCP) on improving care in the last days / hours of life.
The “One Chance to Get it Right: One Year On” report covers:
- The Care Quality Commission’s new inspection regime for end of life care.
- Recent NICE guidance.
- Improvements in education, training and research.
- Changes in professional regulation.
- Implementation of priorities specified in the “One Chance to Get it Right” report.
One Chance to Get it Right: One Year On Report. An overview of progress on commitments made in One Chance to Get it Right: the system-wide response to the Independent Review of the Liverpool Care Pathway. London: Department of Health, July 31st 2015.
This relates to the earlier Leadership Alliance for the Care of Dying People report, which was in-turn a response to recommendations made by the independent More Care, Less Pathway review of the LCP:
One chance to get it right. Improving people’s experience of care in the last few days and hours of life. London: Leadership Alliance for the Care of Dying People, June 2014. Publications Gateway Reference 01509.