This report is an update to the annual national survey of patient activity data for specialist palliative care services, minimum data set (MDS). It looks at a wide range of specialist palliative care issues, including inpatient activity, day care, community care, hospital support, bereavement support, outpatients, staffing, diagnoses and services for young people.
The MDS was developed in 1995. The aim of the MDS is to provide good quality, comprehensive data about hospice and specialist palliative care services on a continuing basis.
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Title: National Survey of Patient Activity Data for Specialist Palliative Care Services
Publication date 2013-05-16
Publication Year 2013
National Council for Palliative Care
, Dying Matters
, Public Health England
Europe (Western) / England
, home care
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