Feedback sought to enhance palliative and end-of-life care services in Rotherham
NHS South Yorkshire is working with the region’s hospitals, hospices and community services to encourage anyone currently using palliative or end-of-life care services, those who know someone who is, or people who have been bereaved in the last two years to take part in a survey.
Dr Ben Allen, clinical director for primary care at NHS South Yorkshire, said: “We know that end-of-life care can be a difficult period for people and their families, so we want to know what is working well and what could make this difficult experience better.
“Being able to live as well as possible until we die is important to all of us.”
The anonymous survey should take between ten and 20 minutes to complete and closes at the end of August.