Factors associated with place of death for children in South Yorkshire: a retrospective cohort study

Title

Factors associated with place of death for children in South Yorkshire: a retrospective cohort study

Creator

Renton K; Mayer A P T; Alison L; Yeomanson D

Publisher

BMJ supportive & palliative care

Date

2020

Subject

anonymised data; article; child; cohort analysis; controlled study; ethnicity; female; gender; home care; hospice care; human; major clinical study; male; newborn; newborn death; palliative therapy; pediatrics; retrospective study

Description

OBJECTIVES: Place of death (POD) is considered a key quality indicator for adult end of-life care, but paediatric evidence is limited. Data from Child Death Overview Panel (CDOP) databases provides an opportunity to describe trends in POD as regional paediatric palliative medicine (PPM) options have increased. Aims were to identify and describe trends in POD for children in South Yorkshire.

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Citation List Month

April 2020 List

Collection

Citation

Renton K; Mayer A P T; Alison L; Yeomanson D, “Factors associated with place of death for children in South Yorkshire: a retrospective cohort study,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed May 16, 2022, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/17041.

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