Three new reports on partnership working between faith and local government.

The National Council for Palliative Care calls for care experiences

The National Council for Palliative Care, working in partnership with National Voices and the Race Equality Foundation, is looking for views to help with its thematic review into the different standards of end of life care, looking at a wide range of population groups to examine and explain variations in care and possible inequalities.

The aim of the project is to gather evidence from voluntary or community groups, service users and their carers and families, highlighting how end of life care is carried out in 20 CCG areas, using stories of people’s experience to help them shape their review.

NCPC are specifically looking for contributions from any voluntary or community groups working with:

  • people over 75, their carers or families and
  • people with diagnoses other than cancer

from either:

  • BME communities,
  • People who are homeless
  • People who are part of or recently been part of the criminal justice system
  • People who have a learning disability

in the following areas:

  • NHS Central Manchester CCG
  • NHS Hull CCG
  • NHS Oldham CC
  • NHS Bassetlaw CCG
  • NHS South Sefton CCG
  • NHS South Tyneside CCG
  • NHS High Weald Lewes Havens CCG
  • NHS Dorset CCG
  • NHS Crawley CCG
  • NHS West Kent CCG
  • NHS North West Surrey CCG
  • NHS Newham CCG
  • NHS Southwark CCG
  • NHS Greenwich CCG
  • NHS Havering CCG
  • NHS Solihull CCG
  • NHS Great Yarmouth AND Waveney CCG
  • NHS North Staffordshire CCG
  • NHS Basildon and Brentwood CCG
  • NHS Erewash CCG

Anyone who wants to be involved in this project, or wants more information, should contact Louise Palmer at [email protected] or on 020 7697 1520