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NHS Education for Scotland [NES] 2009a) and the promotion of palliative and end of life care in Living and Dying Well (SGHD 2008).

Everyone's death should matter 1991

Spiritual Care HDL 2002

Bereavement and Bereavement Care 2006

Spiritual Care CEL 2008

Better Health Better Care 2007

Better Cancer Care 2008

Spiritual Care Matters 2009

Living and Dying Well 2008

Shaping Bereavement Care 2010

Figure 1.1 An idea whose time has come

14.

Shaping Bereavement Care

also fits the expectations of the The

Healthcare Quality Strategy for NHS Scotland (2010) and meets the key

drivers of that strategy:

  • Person centredness recognising

and

meeting

the

needs

of

bereaved people as individuals

  • Patient safety addressing areas of risk in the physical, mental,

emotional and spiritual health of bereaved people

  • Clinical effectiveness drawing on the most recent research into

effective support and care for those who have been bereaved

15.

While Shaping Bereavement Care was commissioned for, and is

directed to, the health services in Scotland, there is much within this framework for action which will be of interest to, and relevance, for other

areas

of

public

life

in

Scotland

(including,

for

example,

social

care,

criminal justice, and education) and those working in the third sector.

16.

Whilst death, grief and bereavement are inherent features of all

cultures

it

is

clear

from

the

literature

that

understandings

of

grief

and

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