Faith at end of life: public health approach resource for professionals

This publication explains the importance of faith at the end of life, for professionals, providers and commissioners working in communities.


Faith at end of life: a resource for professionals, providers and commissioners working in communities

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This resource aims to help frontline professionals and providers working in community settings and commissioners maintain a holistic approach to the people dying, caring or bereaved.

It provides information to help ensure that commissioning and delivery of services and practice takes account of spiritual needs of the largest 6 faith groups in England and remains appropriate to the community setting in which they work.

Published 29 January 2016