Sharing best practice
We are committed to ensuring children, young people and families receive the best possible care and support throughout the palliative care journey.
As such we are always willing to share policies and practice where appropriate and to contribute to work groups, committees and initiatives across the East Midlands.
Nationally we actively participate in Together for Short Lives and Hospice UK supporting work from siblings to audit, diversity and benchmarking and from user involvement and infection control to quality groups and transition.
We also regularly contribute to regional and national conferences and to publications. Staff can also occasionally act as a 'guest speaker' to talk about Rainbows’ services or broader palliative care issues.
To get in touch about sharing best practice, please call Amanda Whateley on 01509 638000
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