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End of life care for people with severe mental illness: an evidence synthesis (the MENLOC study)

Project title: End of life care for people with severe mental illness: an evidence synthesis (the MENLOC study)

Call to action: 17/100 17/100 January 2018 HS&DR Researcher-led (Evidence Synthesis)

Research type: Evidence Synthesis

Chief investigator: Professor Ben HanniganORCID logo

Lead Author: Professor Ben HanniganORCID logo

Contractor: Cardiff University

Cost: £129,542.53

Co-investigators: Dr Paul GillORCID logo, Dr Sally AnsteyORCID logo, Mr Alan MeudellORCID logo, Mr Roger Pratt, Mrs Deborah EdwardsORCID logo, Mrs Mala MannORCID logo, Professor Michael CoffeyORCID logo.

Started: November 2018 | Status: Published March 2022

PROSPERO registration: CRD42018108988

This study highlighted a number of policy, service and practice issues, including supporting people where they choose to die, staff education, support and supervision, and proactive physical health care.

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