A new approach to looking after dying people has been released to succeed the Liverpool Care Pathway (LCP).
Following claims the that LCP was implemented without consent leaving elderly people without food and drink, the system of caring for people at the end of life was scrapped.
The priorities introduced by Care and Support Minister Norman Lamb today aim to create a “personalised and proactive” system of palliative care.
The priorities mean that:
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