FOI 5832-End of life Life patients that died at the Trust

Date: 11 December 2019 to 11 December 2022

  1. How many staff working on Bronte Ward have had specific training on looking after patients with Interstitial Lung Disease between 1 July 2018 to date
  2. How many patients being treated on Bronte Ward on the End of Life pathway have died on each day of the week (Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday, etc) in the last year( or the last full year’s data available)
  3. How many patients being treated at Medway Hospital on the End of Life pathway have died on each day of the week (Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday, etc.) in the last year (or the last full year’s data available)
  • Request ID:
    FOI 5832
  • Category:
    Patient - Activity Data
  • Response:
    1. How many staff working on Bronte Ward have had specific training on looking after patients with Interstitial Lung Disease between 1 July 2018 to date- The Trust can confirm that there is currently no specific teaching surrounding Interstitial Lung Disease for nursing staff on Bronte Ward. However Doctors do have a teaching session on this subject and general disease groups teaching takes place within the ward environment.
    2. How many patients being treated on Bronte Ward on the End of Life pathway have died on each day of the week (Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday, etc) in the last year( or the last full year’s data available)

    The Trust regret that this information is not collated, however, we can confirm that for the time period of 1st November, 2018-1st November 2019- 38 patients were placed onto the "Priorities for Care of the Dying Person" individualised care plan whilst inpatients on Bronte Ward.

    1. How many patients being treated at Medway Hospital on the End of Life pathway have died on each day of the week (Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday, etc.) in the last year (or the last full year’s data available)

    As above, we regret that this information is not collated, however, for the time period of 1st November, 2018-1st November 2019- 466 patients were placed onto the "Priorities for Care of the Dying Person" individualised care plan whilst inpatient's within Medway Hospital.