Knowledge Center of Community Palliative Care, Copenhagen
Vigerslevvej 180, 2500 Valby, Copenhagen
Knowledge Center of Community Palliative Care, Copenhagen, provides education and competence development in palliative care for healthcare workers in Copenhagen.
The Center was established in august 2020 and supports healthcare workers in nursing homes and home nursing care to provide dignity in end-of-life care.
The Center consist of a group of well educated nurses, trained in hospitals and hospices, all with knowledge and long experience with end-of-life care.
Our service has access to knowledge from physiotherapist, social worker, music therapist and doctors in palliative care.
Our work and services are embedded in recommendations from national authorities and guidelines.
The SPICT-4ALL will used to assist healthcare workers in identyfying people who might benifit from end-of-life care planning. Especially social and healthcare workers with limited knowledge about end-of-life care.
Knowledge about the tool will be dismininated nationally so that all healt professionals will have knowledge of and access to the tool. In addition, the tool will be available to in-hospital and community-based clinicians, including general practitioners.
DSAM, The Danish College of General Practitioners
National guideline 'palliation' (DSAM 2014) for general practitioners and primary health care
To identify patients with palliative needs.
GPs are invited to use the surprise question followed by a general SPICT to identify their patients.
SPICT is implemented together with the guidelines.
REHPA, The Danish Knowledge Centre for Rehabilitation and Palliative Care
Department of Clinical Research, University of Southern Denmark & Holbæk Hospital, Denmark & Aabylaegerne, Grenaa
A working group consisting of representants from REHPA, The Danish Knowledge Centre for Rehabilitation and Palliative Care, Department of Clinical Research, University of Southern Denmark & Holbæk Hospital & Aabylaegerne, Grenaa in Denmark will translate and validate SPICT in a Danish context.
SPICT will be translated and validated in both general practice, primary care, and the hospital.
The translation will use the TRAPD-translation model (Translation, Review, Adjudication, Pretesting, and Documentation).
The working group:
Mette Raunkiær, RN, MSc, PhD, senior researcher, REHPA, the Danish Knowledge Centre for Rehabilitation and Palliative Care, Department of Clinical Research, University of Southern Denmark.
Anna Weibull, General Practitioner, Specialist in general medicine, Aabylaegerne, Grenaa, Denmark
Heidi Bergenholtz, RN, PhD, Clinical Nursing Specialist, Holbæk Hospital, Denmark