Deciding right Education Resources for Professionals

The available education resources here are a series of materials specifically developed by the Regional Deciding right Education Group. These resources are for individuals and training facilitators who have a responsibility to deliver training specifically on Deciding right. All the resources are designed to help meet the learning needs of staff and volunteers involved in providing end of life care to people across a range of settings. The resources have been developed and piloted by teams of experienced palliative medicine and end of life care professionals from the regional group.

Getting Started with Deciding right

Please use this information to guide and support you getting started with Deciding right

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E-Learning module

The aim of the module is to equip you with an awareness of Deciding right, and provide information of the different outcomes related to the regional initiative which can be implemented in practice.

The learning outcomes for this module are:

  • To gain a baseline awareness of Deciding right
  • To be able to identify the different Deciding right outcomes

This E-Learning module is intended for ALL staff with a Caring Responsibility

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Deciding right workbook

The aim of this workbook is to equip you with an awareness of Deciding right: the North East Regional Initiative for making decisions in advance for children, younger people and adults, and provide information of the different outcomes related to the regional initiative which can be implemented in practice.

The learning outcomes for this module are:

  • To gain a baseline awareness of Deciding right
  • To be able to identify the different Deciding right outcomes

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Deciding right public facing Powerpoint

Deciding right is an integrated approach to making care decisions in advance with children, young people and adults. This is a short presentation which is aimed at raising public awareness of an initiative to support you to make plans about your future care.

Alternatively this video is available from St Benedicts Hospice and Centre for Specialist Palliative Care website.

1 hour awareness session

Lesson plan

Powerpoint slides

CLIP worksheet – Principles of Planning Care in Advance

Deciding right 3 hour workshop resources:

Lesson plan

Powerpoint slides

Dying Matters resource

Patient case study 1

Patient case study 2

Patient case study 3

CLIP worksheet – Principles of Planning Care in Advance

CLIP worksheet – Emergency Health Care Plans (EHCP)

CLIP worksheet – Issues around Resuscitation

CLIP worksheet – Advance Decisions to Refuse Treatment (ADRT)

CLIP worksheet – Best Interests

My Reflections template

Northern England Clinical Networks Respect Position Statement

Position statement on Respect (Recommended Summary Plan for Emergency Care and Treatment) from the Northern England Clinical Networks Supportive, Palliative and End of Life Care Group.

Advance Statement Documents

Two example Advance Statement documents from localities within the region.

Download example A

Download example B

Education Project

Deciding Right Network Education Project Report January 2018 FINAL