Open to ALL staff & students
6th Sep – 13:00 – MS Teams
The Recommended Summary Plan for Emergency Care and Treatment (ReSPECT) has been implemented across BaNES, Swindon and Wiltshire from 4 October 2021. This replaces the DNACPR and TEP forms within BSW by October 2022.
This session aims to inform on the use of the ReSPECT form.
- Greater understanding of the ReSPECT process and how to interpret/enact ReSPECT clinical recommendations in emergency situations.
- Increased confidence in accessing further support or information about the ReSPECT process.
Brief definitions of forms and documents used in different counties
ReSPECT (Recommended Summary Plan for Emergency Care and Treatment)
is a process where a person, their family, and their healthcare team have a series of conversations to agree on a personalised plan for potential future emergency treatment – to ensure that the person receives the best possible treatment for their individual situation.
TEP- Treatment Escalation Plan
A plan, in consultation with the patient and their family, which encapsulates their informed wishes. This plan is documented as a Treatment Escalation Plan. (TEP)
This virtual session will be approx. 60-90 mins and will cover the following :
- What is The ReSPECT Process
- Who is it for?
- Brief overview of the Form to include: who can sign it
- The colour!
- Review of the form
- Myth busting