What is clinical governance at the end of life?
Clinical governance might be considered as being about “how we control, regulate direct or oversee the assessment and management of a person’s health to support optimal outcomes”, where outcomes encompass the person’s “experience of care”. In the context of palliation, while we cannot alter the outcome, we can certainly aim to enhance a person’s end-of-life experience.
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