New learning path supports equality diversity and inclusion in end-of-life care
A new learning path on equality diversity and inclusion (EDI) has been added to the End-of-Life Care for All elearning programme.
The path features 11 resources covering a broad range of topics including symptom management in people with learning disabilities, communicating with non-English speaking patients and end-of-life care for people experiencing homelessness. It also features a new session on Palliative care: shifting the focus of care from equality to equity.
Since the programme became publicly available to everyone last October, there has been more than 275,000 new session launches with many learners praising the programme content:
“Very interesting session with a lot of information, and I have learnt a lot.” (Assessment and management of agitation and delirium session)
“This section is educative and it’s like an eye opener for me as a care assistant.” (End-of-life care in care homes and domiciliary care settings session)
“Clear structure, poignant and clearly written material. Well presented.” (The importance of good communication session)
For more information and to access the learning path, please visit the end-of-life-care for all (e-ELCA) programme page.