The Partnering with Consumers program is revising the National Consensus Statement: Essential elements for safe and high-quality end-of-life care. 
 
The essential elements are the features that are required in health care systems to ensure safe and high-quality care for patients who are approaching the end of life.
 
This survey seeks your feedback on the Consensus Statement.  
The survey will close on 14 January 2023.
 
The survey can be completed anonymously. However, if you leave your details you may be contacted by the Commission about your comments.  Where personal information such as names, email address, phone numbers, opinions or other information is collected it will be collated and analysed to inform the consultation. All personal information is de-identified for reporting.
  
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If you have any questions about the survey or the review, please contact the partnering with consumers team.
We thank you for your feedback.

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* 1. Feedback on elements - is the content of each element relevant and applicable?

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* 2. Are there any patient populations where end-of-life care needs will not be met by the requirements set out in this revised version?

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* 3. Can the revised version be applied to all settings where end-of-life care is delivered?

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* 4. Is the language and structure of this revised version clear and relevant

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* 5. Will the revised National Consensus Statement be useful for improving end-of-life care?

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* 6. Please provide any other feedback

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