The CSNAT team were thrilled to be so well represented at EAPC 2017 – 15th World Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care. In addition to our open interest group meeting, we also had a number of presentations.
Please select the links below to view our poster presentations:
- How Does Organisational Context and Staff Attitudes Impact on the Success of Implementing an Intervention to Identify and Address the Support Needs of Family Carers?
- Facilitating Successful Implementation of a Person-centred Intervention for Carer Assessment and Support: The Key Role of ‘Champions
- Investing in Family Carers: A Model for Practice Implementation of Carer Assessment and Support within Palliative Care (Plan, Pilot, Train, Sustain)
Dr Gail Ewing also had an oral presentation entitled:
- Embedding Evidence Based Assessment and Support for Family Carers into Practice: Strategies for Success.
In addition to our own work, a number of our national and international collaborators also presented:
Lynne Carmichael, Julie Marshall & Paula Burns (Ayrshire Hospice, Scotland) had two poster presentations based on their excellent work on implementation of The CSNAT Approach into practice (please select the links below to view):
- “We already do carer assessment and support”. Where is the evidence?
- “Why is it so difficult to implement evidence-based tools in practice?” One successful approach to facilitating this process.
Professor Sabine Pleschberger & Christiane Kreyer (Austria) also had a poster presentation in relation to their work on the translation and cultural adaption of the CSNAT:
- Ready for Use? Translation and Cultural Adaption of the CSNAT for German-speaking Countries.