Welcome to our web pages for Pallaborative North West.
We are delighted to work in partnership with patients and members of the public in producing our clinical guidelines
The Steering Group oversee our work and includes representatives from each of the participating localities across the North West.
In 2020 we celebrate 25 years of working together and will be holding a very special conference on Thursday 10th December in central Liverpool. Details of the programme and how to register will be available very soon
For further information not found on this website or to get involved please contact us : firstname.lastname@example.org. We would be delighted to hear from you.
I have real confidence in the way we develop our guidelines and I use them every day in my own clinical practice. I wouldn’t be without them! Thank you to everyone who makes them happen.
I’ve found the whole regional audit process to be very comprehensive. For me this has included training in searching and appraising available evidence, support from a multi-professional team in undertaking audit, presenting results and developing guidelines. This has been very beneficial for my practice, both in the delivery of evidence based care to patients and… Read More
The Regional audit process has introduced many members of the wider MDT to the process of the audit cycle.It has made it very accessible and delivers fantastic, real world results, recommendations and clinical guidance This is really useful for my clinical practice as a doctor, and to the practice of all members of the wider… Read More
“I have been involved in a number of Guideline Development Groups as the lay representative, I find them fascinating and stimulating. As a lay member I have always been made welcome by the various groups. I find the commitment of the groups to be exemplary, they are special people”.
I work clinically as a consultant and academically as a researcher in palliative medicine. I have found the audit and guidelines extremely beneficial from a clinical practice standpoint. Notably, the process to develop the guidelines is thorough, which provides reassurance that the resultant guidelines are appropriate, relevant and evidence-based for the patients we manage in… Read More
I have found the audit and guideline development process extremely useful, both clinically and academically. The process of conducting regional audits through training has enhanced my management and leadership skills as well as honing existing skills of conducting systematic literature reviews. Clinically I find the guidelines very relevant in managing complex situations and also helpful… Read More
Taking part in developing guidelines with other health professionals and members of the public has really helped me to increase my knowledge and provide the best care possible to the people I treat and care for
I really enjoy attending the audit presentations. They help me to keep my knowledge up to date and the discussions with peers from across the Network are stimulating. Membership of the various Guideline Development Groups is a real opportunity to improve patient care.
I work as a speciality doctor in Palliative care mainly in the hospice and community environment. Involvement in the Audit process is a valuable experience not only for my own professional development, but more importantly to promote and enhance the evidence base available to guide clinical practice. Pallaborative north west is an essential encyclopaedia for… Read More
‘The Pallaborative North West website is an excellent resource for Palliative Medicine trainees and all clinicians caring for patients with life-limiting illness. Participating in the regional guideline development groups helps healthcare professionals develop the ability to construct evidence-based guidelines