Commissioners get away with rationing care to the dying because the patients are not with us for long enough to vote. Cradle to grave NHS!!!
END-of-life patients face a postcode lottery when it comes to palliative care, experts will say this week. They will call for a change in the law so more than 100,000 adults and children every year do not miss out on vital pain relief and support..
…Baroness Finlay argues it would be “totally unacceptable not to provide maternity services” but the country has “people dying with complex needs with no specialist service available in their area”….
Cancer Nursing Practice suggests: Palliative care services vary widely across England and the government should introduce national guidelines to ensure services are commissioned more appropriately, researchers have warn
NHSreality notes the omission of the 3 other dispensations. So much for comparatives, and so much for a “National” standard in care of the dying.