1. True or False

25% of survey complete.


* 1. Only the Community Health Nurses can use the Just in Case Box.

* 2. The patient must be known to the Specialist Palliative Care Service to receive a Just in Case Box.

* 3. A Just in Case Box cannot be prescribed for a patient in a Residential Aged Care Facility.

* 4. The Specialist Palliative Care Service are required to prescribe the Just in Case Box.

* 5. The medications are dispensed from a community pharmacy, not the hospital pharmacy.

* 6. If the patient has requested a home death in their Medical Goals of Care, they must not be transferred to hospital for any reason.

* 7. A syringe driver is not included in the Just in Case Box contents.

* 8. When giving medications, the family/carers must contact 1800HOSPICE with every symptom change.

* 9. Everyone with a preference to die at home is eligible to receive a Just in Case Box.

* 10. For an RN to give the medications, it must be ordered on a medication chart.

* 11. The family/carer do not need to complete the Caring Safely at Home education to give medications.

* 12. The Just in Case Box needs to be kept in a locked cupboard.

* 13. All After hours calls are shared with Participants of Care.

* 14. The patients own pharmacy is a participant in care for the Just in Case Box initiative.

* 15. Using the Caring Safely at Home resources, a medication that has a blue label is for pain management.

* 16. Just in Case Boxes are not used in any other state/territory or country.

* 17. The patient is expected to pay for all medications and consumables.

* 18. A study in 2013 from South Australia found that 13% of community pharmacies stock no end of life medications.

* 19. ANZSPM stands for 'Australian and New Zealand Specialist Palliative Medications"