Palliative Care Wales

It's really difficult keeping up to date with the latest information. How can we help?
Posted by Gemma Davies on September 11th, 10:41

Trying to update our clinical practice on top of our very busy work days can be nightmarish. There is just too much to do, and too much information out there to make sense of!

We are really keen to try and help.


We want to get the most useful new clinical information to you in the way you would like it, using the media that you are most comfortable with.

This would include the latest clinical research evidence published by researchers in Wales, and further afield, which is directly relevant to your practice. Or it might help to have a rapid review of evidence in an area which you as teams feel is needed to guide your work?

So we need to know how best to keep in touch: would you prefer newsletters, emails, Facebook or Twitter feeds for example?

To find this out, I'd be really grateful if you would complete a very short survey (ouch - I know!).

There are only 16 simple questions which will take no more 5 - 10 minutes to complete.

Please participate if at all possible - it will really help us all share our knowledge better in Wales.

It's very important that all disciplines are well represented - so please distribute to all your colleagues.

Please find a link to the survey below:

https://cardiff.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/palliative-care-keeping_up_to_date

If you prefer you can complete the survey in the attached WORD document and return by email or post (to the address below). We can also send packs of hard copies for distribution to those who are unable to access online material - please let us know if you would like to receive these. If you have any questions regarding this survey or would like additional information please contact Amanda Woodward at woodwardaj@cf.ac.uk .

We would like to thank you for participating, your responses are important.

Dr Anthony Byrne

Consultant in Palliative Medicine

Marie Curie Palliative Care Research Centre & Wales Cancer Research Centre

1st Floor, Nauadd Meirionnydd

Heath Park

Cardiff

CF14 4YS

Website: http://www.nischr-cancerrrg.org


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