Charter to Improve End-of-life Care for Terminally Ill Patients

by Savitha C Muppala on  June 1, 2011 at 11:28 PM Hospital News
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The Royal College of GPs and Royal College of Nursing have created a charter for patients who are terminally ill.

The seven-point charter has an important objective to help realizing the decisions of the terminally ill and make sure their last wishes are fulfilled.
 Charter to Improve End-of-life Care for Terminally Ill Patients
Charter to Improve End-of-life Care for Terminally Ill Patients

The charter will also include certain critical issues, for instance whether patients wish to be resuscitated or not.  Basically, the charter intends to make a world of difference to quality of care meted out to the terminally ill patients.



Source: Medindia

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