Here is a new report on SPICT for Lower Income Settings by Dr Dan Munday who leads the SPICT-LIS special interest group following his presentation at the recent Indian Palliative Care Conference. Published in the Indian Journal of Palliative Care Download Use of SPICT-LIS
We welcome out first SPICT Partner from Wales – Cwm Taf University Health Board. See what they have to say about the ways they are using SPICT: SPICT Partners inWales
SPICT Website www.spict.org.uk We have recently updated the website including the homepage to make it easier to use. SPICT™ 2017, SPICT-4ALL™ 2018 and the completed translations of SPICT 2017 (French, German, Dutch, Spanish, and Portuguese (from Brazil) are all downloadable free from the website. We do encourage everyone using SPICT™ to register for updates. This means we can email everyone registered … Read more
A poster presentedat the 2017 Hospice UK conference. Download in PDF format: SPICT-4ALLposterNov2017
Two new studies have been published using SPICT in primary care and in elderly care: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28792787 This is a paper from Ghent in Belgium evaluating use of SPICT in a geriatric population www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27432607 This study used SPICT combined with the Irish Hospice care planning tool – Think Ahead to improve care planning with frail patients … Read more
Friday 2nd February 2018 Location: Teviot Row House, Bristo Square, The University of Edinburgh Time: 09.30-16.30 (Supper & Ceilidh: 7.00-9.30pm) Cost: £150 Book your place now for the inaugural SPICT International Conference: Come and join us if you are: A clinician from any discipline or specialty who is delivering palliative care in the community, care … Read more
The French language version of the SPICT tool has just been updated for November 2017: Go to SPICT_FR to download.
The French language version of the SPICT tool has just been updated: Go to SPICT_FR to download.
We welcome Ghent University Hospital, Department of Geriatrics, Belgium to the growing list of SPICT Partners.
Applications and abstracts are coming in and we look forward to meeting many colleagues from across the UK and around the world. Professor Geoff Mitchell from The University of Queensland will be presenting on behalf of the Advance project which uses SPICT to help nurses in primary care identify people for care planning discussions. A team … Read more