Project Overview: How patients and caregivers experience the care they receive is a vital measure of care quality. The purpose of this project is to develop a set of tools to provide individual organisations with valid measures of real time patient and caregiver experience of end-of-life care that are standardised at a national level to inform local, state and national improvement activities. A survey based on tools identified and adapted from a scoping review of current measures of experiences of care at the end of life will be piloted in palliative care services currently participating in the Palliative Care Outcomes Collaboration (PCOC) that meet the project eligibility criteria.
Project status: In progress.
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