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About the project
The GUIDECARE project was set up to describe the variations in place of death and the factors that affect these in order to improve the quality of care at the end-of-life and enable more patients to die in their preferred place and help guide ways to improve care.
The individual-level death registration data from England was used for this project. The data were collected by the Office for National Statistics for the period 1984-2010. Many analyses focusing on different aspects in end-of-life care are being done on the data for all causes as well as separate causes of death, and we are also planning further detailed analysis on several subpopulations.
Who is involved?
Core team members
Tony Bonser (User representative), Barbara Gomes (KCL), Dr Shaheen Khan (GSTT), Dr Jonathan Koffman (KCL), Katie Lindsay (EoL Programme), Roberta Lovick (User representative), Mr Tariq Malik (SWPHO), , Carolyn Morris (User representative), Mr Andy Pring (SWPHO), Dr Katherine Sleeman (KCL)
What is in the data?