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If there are changes in the situation, then monitors especially may react with more anxiety and less adaptive responding.
Also some people are in the middle (a subset, perhaps a quarter) so that they are more influenced by changes in the situation.
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28th September 2011 Dear Sonia School of HCES Research Ethics Sub Committee Title: Understanding integrated care pathways in palliative care - context, approaches, outcomes Following independent peer review of the above proposal, I am pleased to inform you that University approval has been granted on the basis of this proposal and subject to compliance with the University policies on ethics and consent and any other policies applicable to your individual research. You should also have recent CRB and occupational health clearance if your research involves working with children and/or vulnerable adults.
The University’s Policies and Procedures are available from the following web link:
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Any significant changes to the study design;
Any incidents which have an adverse effect on participants, researchers
Professor David Stanley Chair, School Research Ethics Review Panel Appendix 34 - NHS ethical approval Appendix 35 - Care home end-of-life care plan
We aim to care for people for the remainder of their lives. We are keen that we respect Resident’s and Relatives wishes with all aspects of their care and life during their time at here. It is particularly important that we have plans in place to ensure that we respect and meet the wishes of the Resident and Relatives during the final stages of their life. Because we cannot predict when this will be it is important that we consider this in advance in order that we have plans in place.
If it is the wish of the Resident and their Relative every effort will be made by staff to care for the Resident at Burn Brae Lodge in the final stages of their life. This will include obtaining the support from community services such as the GP, District Nurses and MacMillan Nurses.
(Delete which does not apply) Do you have any other wishes about medical intervention (for example no blood products etc.)?
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