Title Dying at home a 'basic human right' Degree of recognition Regional Media name/outlet Caithness Courier Country United Kingdom Date 16/01/20 Description Press article linked with parliamentary debate on future place of death. Producer/Author MSP David Stewart Persons Anne Finucane Title Highland MSP David Stewart says right to die at home is a 'basic human right' Media name/outlet Inverness Courier Country United Kingdom Date 9/01/20 Persons Anne Finucane Title Right to die at home a ‘basic human right’ says MSP Degree of recognition Local Media name/outlet Shetland Times Media type Country United Kingdom Date 8/01/20 Persons Anne Finucane Title Parliamentary Debate based on our place of death research Degree of recognition National Media name/outlet Scottish Parliament Media type Web Country United Kingdom Date 8/01/20 Description MEMBERS' BUSINESS: RESEARCH PROJECTIONS INTO PLACE OF DEATH IN 2040 Persons Anne Finucane Title Planning ahead for death can make life so much easier for your loved ones Degree of recognition National Media name/outlet Scotsman Media type Country United Kingdom Date 26/12/19 Persons Anne Finucane Title Fewer Scots to die while in hospital Degree of recognition National Media name/outlet Scotsman Media type Country United Kingdom Date 22/12/19 Persons Anne Finucane Title Call for radical action on end-of-life community care Degree of recognition National Media name/outlet HealthandCare.Scot Media type Web Country United Kingdom Date 12/12/19 Persons Anne Finucane Title Community settings may replace hospital as most common place to die in Scotland by 2040 Degree of recognition International Media name/outlet Kings College London: News Media type Web Country United Kingdom Date 12/12/19 Persons Anne Finucane Title Motion lodged in Scottish Parliament Degree of recognition National Media name/outlet Scottish Parliment Media type Other Country United Kingdom Date 11/12/19 Description Motion S5M-20209: Miles Briggs, Lothian, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, Date Lodged: 11/12/2019
Research Projections into Place of Death in 2040
That the Parliament welcomes the publication of the report, The impact of population ageing on end of life care in Scotland: Population-based projections of place of death and recommendations for future service provision, by Marie Curie, the University of Edinburgh and Kings College London; praises this research, which explores projections for place of death by 2040; recognises that projected trends suggest that two thirds of people will die outside of hospital settings by 2040; acknowledges the report’s findings that more investment in community-based care is needed, particularly an increase in care home capacity, to support this shift in care; further acknowledges that terminally ill people and those at the end of their lives should be a high priority for those that commission health and social care services, and notes the view that sustainable funding of services is needed; further notes the recommendations from the research that there is a need to upskill the health and social care workforce in palliative and end of life care through education, training and valuing of their work, explore digital solutions and technologies to support people in the community, and mobilise communities to support people needing care; commends Marie Curie's proactivity in encouraging early conversations about dying, death, bereavement and grief, and notes calls to encourage further public debate so that people have early conversations about end of life, and enable them to plan to die in their place of choice.
Supported by: Peter Chapman, Maurice Corry, Jamie Greene, Alexander Stewart, Murdo Fraser, Gordon Lindhurst, Annie Wells, Margaret Mitchell, Jeremy Balfour, Finlay Carson, Jackson Carlaw
Current Status: Eligible for Members’ Business, Pending Cross Party Support
Producer/Author Miles Briggs MSP Persons Anne Finucane Title Parliamentary question Degree of recognition National Media name/outlet Scottish Parliament Media type Web Country United Kingdom Date 11/12/19 Producer/Author Miles Briggs MSP Persons Anne Finucane