Rapid Evaluation of Project Echo at Highland Hospice

Sara Bradley, Sarah-Anne Munoz

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report


Highland Hospice has engaged with Project ECHO in the area of palliative care. ECHO sessions have been carried out with Macmillan cancer nurses, out-of-hours practitioners, care home managers and community pharmacists. The evaluation outlined in this report was commissioned by Highland Hospice in order to understand the impacts of taking part for each of these different professional groups as well as how project ECHO in Highland hasso far, and/orhas further potential to, enhancethe provision ofpalliative care in the region. This report, therefore, outlines the methods used in the evaluation (interviews and focus groups); describes the results of a thematic analysis of the materials collected and, in the lattersections, gives consideration tothe wider implications of project ECHO on access to appropriate, high qualitypalliative care across remote and rural communities; the delivery of continuing learning and the recruitment and retention of remote and rural healthcare professionals
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationInverness
PublisherUHI Research Repository
Publication statusUnpublished - 1 Jun 2018


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