Talking about end of life care: clinically assisted nutrition and hydration

What is important to a patient and those close to them when making decisions about clinically assisted nutrition and hydration?

How should you approach conversations and decisions about this aspect of care?

How can you ensure your patient understands their situation and what choices are available?

exploring views from doctors, patients and those close to them about clinically assisted nutrition and hydration in end of life care.

Dr Gemmell

If you have found this film useful in reflecting on your experiences and practice, read more in our where she shares her experiences of making nutrition and hydration decisions with patients.

Thank you to all who were involved in the creation of this film. You can find out more about how we developed this film and who was involved here.

You can read our guidance on clinically assisted nutrition and hydration in paragraphs 112 – 127 of Treatment and care towards the end of life: good practice in decision making.

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