Holding Hands

2021 aims and objectives

The Executive Committee sets annual objectives to support the achievement of the core aims of the International Collaborative.  The objectives for 2021 are set out below.  

Aim 1:  Drive forward an international 'care for the dying' research agenda and undertake collaborative international research

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1(b)  

1(c)  

1(d)  

1(e)  

1(f)   

1(g)  

1(h)  

1(i)   

1(j)   

1(k)  

Submit five papers for publication to disseminate the findings of the ERANet LAC CODE project

Validate the CODE questionnaire in at least two further languages (Spanish and Portuguese)

Devise an adapted delivery programme for the EU Horizon 2020 iLIVE project in light of the Coronavirus pandemic

Conduct a Delphi survey on the Collaborative's 40 core outcomes for care for the dying

Undertake an implementation research study on the 10/40 Model strategies and effectiveness in Latin America

Develop a research framework for the 10/40 Model

Undertake the international Co-LIVE research project

Facilitate international collaborative research for the Serious Illness Care Programme

Prepare a paper for publication on optimal oral care practice for the dying person

Potentiate research projects at the Collaborative's annual international meetings

Develop a strategy for further collaborative research

2021 Strategic Objectives:

Aim 2:  Encourage international learning and teaching collaborations to improve care for the dying

2(a)  

2(b)  

2(c)

Advertise five locally-run courses on the bestcareforthedying.org website

Develop a funding bid to Erasmus for the development of a syllabus for 10/40 Model education

Provide education opportunities to the wider healthcare community by delivering a series of online webinars

2021 Strategic Objectives:

Aim 3:  Support the development of the International Collaborative 10/40 Model for Best Care for the Dying Person and associated materials/processes within the Quality Improvement Framework

3(a)

 

3(b)  

 

3(c)

Encourage take-up of the 10/40 Model and provide support to the 12 organisations with congruence-approved documentation, underpinned by the Facilitator Network

Maintatin two established International Collaborative Reference Centres and support the further development of three others

Promote the Quality Improvement Framework

2021 Strategic Objectives:

Aim 4:  Develop an effective communication strategy within the International Collaborative

4(a)  

4(b)  

Produce an 18-month strategic content development plan for the new bestcareforthedying.org website

Establish bi-monthly mailshot communications via the new bestcareforthedying.org website

2021 Strategic Objectives:

Aim 5:  Globally disseminate the work of the International Collaborative

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5(b)

 

 

 

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5(d)

Contribute to the EAPC World Congress in 2021

Promote the work of the Collaborative at the following:

  • Latin American Congress of Palliative Care Virtual Symposium, 24-27 March 2021

  • EAPC World Congress, 6-8 October 2021

  • Asia-Pacific Hospice Network Conference, 10-13 November 2021

Make available to members a generic abstract and associated poster to facilitate increased Collaborative exposure at local, national, and international conferences​

Develop a formal communication strategy for internal and external dissemination of the Collaborative's agenda, including the development of a social medial presence.

2021 Strategic Objectives:

Aim 6:  Organise and promote international meetings to advocate best care for the dying person

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6(b)  

6(c)  

6(d)  

6(e)  

6(f) 

Hold an Annual General Meeting at the 7th Annual Symposium in November 2021

Deliver the 7th Annual Symposium in Liverpool, UK, 15-19 November 2021

Develop the programme for the 8th Annual Symposium in Rotterdam (2022)

Agree and announce the date and location of the 2023 Annual Symposium

Deliver the Summer School event in 2021

Develop a sustainable model for Summer School to increase attendance levels

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