At Hospice, it is our pleasure to care for people with life-limiting illnesses, supporting them to live well, their way, to the end of their life. Because of this we feel it is so important to understand people's experience of end of life care not only through Hospice Isle of Man and our extended services, but within our community.
Sponsored by the Scholl Academic Centre and approved by the Isle of Man Research Ethics Committee, we have launched an End of Life Experience Survey, which aims to improve the delivery of end of life care for all who need it on the Island, and will help us identify groups of people who would benefit from specialist palliative and end of life care input.
If you have recently experienced the end of life care of a loved one, by taking the time to complete our survey your views and opinions could help us and other relevant services on the Island better understand and improve the delivery of end of life care for all who need it on the Island. This includes the experience of carers and families who may not necessarily have received Hospice care.
You can complete your form below, and we thank you in advance for taking the time to help us continue helping out community.
Anne Mills and members of our Scholl Academic Centre Research Team, Giovanna Cruz and Sarah McGhee met with Rhian Evans from Manx Radio to talk about the survey. The interview can be viewed by clicking here >>>
For more information on this survey please contact Dr Giovanna Cruz, Research Fellow, Hospice Isle of Man on- 647424 or Giovanna.Cruz@hospice.org.im