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Conclusion Workshop

Time: Half day

Aim: To evaluate if the North West Six Steps to Success Programme has been implemented in practice.

Objectives: By the end of the session the end of life domiciliary care representative will be able to:

  • Describe the End of Life Care Policy implemented within the individual domiciliary care organisation agencies
  • Analyse audit figures
  • Understand the importance of a completed portfolio and demonstrate its contents
  • Review portfolio, identifying gaps in practice and outcomes still to be achieved (if any) via an action plan


Attendance register - Register.

Post Death Information - Post programme - post death information audit template to provide continued data for audit purposes.

Roles and responsibilities of the representative - provides information on the roles and responsbilities of the end of life domiciliary care representative/champion.

Guidance for portfolio evaluation - step by step guidance and checklist for portfolio evaluation.

Action Plan - template that can be used to develop action plans.

To Do List - template for individuals to complete to show how they will achieve the actions and to add any comments.

Programme Evaluation - allows delegates to leave feedback on the full Six Steps Programme, which can be used to further improve the workshops.

End of Life Organisation Certificate - On completion of the portfolio and evidence shown in practice the organisation's Six Steps Certificate can be given.

End of Life Champion Certificate - On completion of the portfolio and evidence the representative can receive their certificate to acknowledge their achievements and their transgression from domiciliary care representative to End of Life Care Champion.