- People Palliative Hub – Children and Young People
- Palliative Hub – Adult
- Palliative Hub – Learning Platform
- Palliative Hub – Professional
The Palliative Hub provides a general overview of what palliative care is for the general public and acts as a central point to access the four major components of the Palliative Hub.
The Palliative Hub was created to fill a recognised gap in the palliative care sector for a dedicated website to help people from a variety of backgrounds access and find the information and resources they need.
There is already a large amount of information for the general public on the internet but sometimes finding and accessing this information can be difficult. The concept behind both the Palliative Hub – Children and Young People and Palliative Hub – Adult is to link through to this information rather than replicating it. The content on the websites has been provided by professionals who have worked in palliative care for a number of years.
The Palliative Hub – Professional will provide online resources for health and social care professionals, researchers, educationalists and volunteers.
The Learning Platform works to underpin all three of the websites by offering an online learning environment for both the public and professional. It also offers an environment for palliative care educators including hospice education providers to host their own learning materials.
Palliative Hub Video: https://youtu.be/T6FEuBFckp8