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1 Evaluation Toolkit: assessing outcomes of end of life learning events. Project Overview Becky Chady, Lecturer Palliative and End of Life Studies, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Physiotherapy

2 Evaluation Project Team Becky Chady – Co-author and project lead / Lecturer, University of Nottingham. Sharan Watson – Project Manager/ Advancing Practice Development Facilitator, LOROS. Sarah Todd, Research Assistant, University of Nottingham Lydia Bird – Research Fellow, Sue Ryder Centre for Palliative and End of Life Studies, University of Nottingham. Statistics testing for reliability and validity. Tony Arthur – Senior Research Fellow, Sue Ryder Centre for Palliative and End of Life Studies, University of Nottingham Statistical analysis advisor Co-authors Debbie Broadhurst – Advancing Practice Development Manager, LOROS. Christina Faull – Medical Consultant, LOROS.

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4 Challenges – measuring competence

5 Background to developing and testing the Tools review of validated tools available short course in EoLC delegates East Midlands SHA / national EoLC programme feedback from facilitators – Tool E reliability/validity testing testing Tool C published version 5 June 2012

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8 7. YesNo Not Sure Please give examples: a. Do you feel that after attending the learning event you have helped to prevent any inappropriate hospital admissions at life’s end? b. Do you feel that after attending the learning event you have been able to initiate conversations with a patient or their family about life’s end? c. Do you feel that after attending the learning event you have been able to recognise when a person is dying?

9 Tool C 7. YesNo Not Sure Please give examples: a. Do you feel that after attending the learning event you have helped to prevent any inappropriate hospital admissions at life’s end? “I felt confident enough to recognise that a lady was nearly at end of life and I asked the general practitioners not to admit to hospital and start the Liverpool Care Pathway” b. Do you feel that after attending the learning event you have been able to initiate conversations with a patient or their family about life’s end? “I feel more confident and comfortable to initiate conversation especially with family members” c. Do you feel that after attending the learning event you have been able to recognise when a person is dying? “I identified two clients who were at this stage, one was a lady of 31 who wanted to die at home with her family and I was able to support her with this wish”

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12 Resources Chady B, Broadhurst D, Faull C (2012) Evaluation Toolkit: assessing outcomes of End of Life Learning Events version 5. East Midlands SHA: University of Nottingham. available on line: modelling-a-tool-that-will-link-learning-to-care-delivery modelling-a-tool-that-will-link-learning-to-care-delivery [accessed on ] Chady B, Bird L, Broadhurst D et al (2012) Evaluation Toolkit: A project to assess outcomes of end of life care learning events – project report. Available by request Frey R, Gott M, Banfield R et al (2011) ‘What questionnaires exist to measure the perceived competence of generalists in palliative care provision? A critical literature review’. BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care


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