An ageing nursing workforce, combined with staff shortages, could pose serious problems for specialist care of the terminally ill, the National Council for Palliative Care (NCPC) said.
What does NCPC stand for?
NCPC stands for National Council for Palliative Care (England, Wales, Northern Ireland)
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- Northern California Public Broadcasting
- National Capital Planning Commission
- National Capital Poison Center
- National Care Planning Council (Centerville, UT)
- National Center for Primary Care
- National Citizens Participation Council
- National Cleaner Production Centers
- National Coal Policy Conference
- National Coalition for the Protection of Children
- National Conference Planning Committee
- National Counter-Proliferation Center
- National Crime Prevention Council
- National Crop Protection Center (Philippines)
- Naval Civilian Personnel Center
- Net Commitment Period Compensation
- North Carolina Pork Council
- North Carolina Pottery Center
- Nouveau Code de Procédure Civile (French: New Code of Civil Procedure)
- National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse (est. 1985; National District Attorneys Association)
- National Committee to Prevent Child Abuse
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The guidelines are issued by the National Council for Palliative Care and the National End of Life Care Prog ramme.
The guidelines, issued by the National Council for Palliative Care and the National End of Life Care Programme, include recommendations such as ensuring each GP practice identifies people likely to die in the next 12 months, ensuring professionals know how to initiate conversations about end of life care and carry out advance care planning, and agreeing local priorities for end of life care services.
The guidelines, issued by the National Council for Palliative Care and the National End-of-Life Care Programme, includes recommendations such as ensuring each GP practice identifies people likely to die in the next 12 months and agreeing local priorities for end-of-life care services.
Simon Chapman, director of policy and parliamentary affairs at the National Council for Palliative Care, urged the Government to act on the recommendations, saying: "We only get one chance to get it right for dying people, which is why it must be a priority to ensure everyone who needs it can access palliative care round the clock.
EVE RICHARDSON, chief executive of the National Council for Palliative Care, HILARY FISHER, director, Dying Matters Coalition National Council for Palliative Care.