Fife Partnership Case Study: Tailored care and support for people at home

Source: Marie Curie

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Date of publication: September 2015

Publication type: Case Study

In a nutshell: The Marie Curie Fife Service provides tailored palliative care and support at home for people living with a terminal illness and their families. This is made possible by working with NHS Fife and Fife Council, as well as voluntary and private organisations. Working with local services, GPs and district nurses, the Marie Curie Fife Service offers tailored care to people with any terminal illness. This includes nursing care at home, personal care after discharge from hospital, emotional support and practical information. The service can prevent crisis hospital admissions and help those in hospital be discharged more quickly.

Length of publication: 2 pages



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