In particular this film aims to emphasise the multiple viewpoints in this situation as well as highlighting the risks associated with miscommunication and misunderstanding that can occur at a stressful time.
The film provides and opportunity for professionals to explore issues associated with providing safe and effective care at the end of life.
“Peter’s story highlights perfectly how “quality” of care means very different things to different people and how seemingly simple communication failures can lead to serious failures in care. Often simply trusting your human instinct is the best guide to what to do”
Dr James Mountford, Director of Quality, UCL Partners
Use of this film
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Peter’s Story can be viewed here for the purposes of preview and personal learning at no direct cost to the end user. This online film version cannot be viewed more widely without an appropriate licence. Please respect our copyright; we can only afford to make these resources available and run this website if people do.
We are however very keen for our films to be viewed in a wider context and reach as broad an audience as possible. So if you do wish to use one or more of our films across your organisation in a development programme either in face to face sessions or in e-learning; or if you are an educational institution providing formal learning or training programmes, you will need to purchase an educational/organisational licence.