There is increasing frailty (people living with multiple long-term conditions) globally and a large proportion do not have access to palliative care. Older people will need more palliative care in the coming decades, but do not routinely have access to it.
Mr Christopher Mangar, Lecturer Practitioner at King’s College London and works in parallel as Clinical Nurse Specialist in palliative care in the community at St Christopher’s Hospice in London, discusses the importance of considering the implications of this, how this links to hospital nurses and the concept of parallel planning partnership working, together with societal change.
This talk was conducted at Tan Tock Seng Hospital to over 100 Nurses and Healthcare professionals. To request for the full video to get insights on how Age-Attuned Palliative Care can bring into harmony what we know about ageing and palliative care to try and make changes, leave your contact details below and we will get in contact with you.