Community Palliative, End of Life and Bereavement Care in the COVID-19 pandemic
This guidance is produced during the COVID-19 outbreak in order to support the care in the community of patients and those important to them, at the end of their lives or who are unwell as the result of COVID-19 or other life-limiting illnesses. Produced by Royal College of General Practitioners and the Association for Palliative Medicine. Many national organisations have also been consulted. This paper may change so there is also a link to the latest updates in the document and elsewhere on this website. 18 pages
Leading during bereavement and complex grief Specific resources and guidance to help you navigate leading your teams in the event of grief Facing bereavement at any time is difficult both personally and professionally.
For team leaders working in the NHS. Specific resources and guidance to help you navigate leading your teams in the event of grief. Fairly short and to the point with a long list of very helpful further resources
St Barnabas Bereavement Helpline
Don’t grieve in isolation, call the new St Barnabas Bereavement Helpline
St Barnabas have opened a bereavement helpline for the people of Lincolnshire in response to the coronavirus pandemic. This helpline offers support for those experiencing grief from all bereavement not just the coronavirus. The helpline is open Monday to Friday, 11am to 3pm.
Call: 0300 303 1897