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West Midlands Palliative Care Physicians began to meet over 20 years ago when the speciality of palliative medicine was still in its infancy. At that time a handful of palliative medicine specialists came together in a small forum to meet for peer support and education.

As the group became established, members created of Palliative Care Guidelines for the West Midlands. This resource continues to this day, with the 6th Edition of the Guidance now published online here with the latest hard copy currently in development.

The group is now a Society and meets three times a year around the region and has a rolling Chair and Vice Chair. All palliative medicine consultants, hospice medical directors and specialist palliative pharmacists in the region are eligible to attend, with a current membership of over 60 professionals. As well as a forum for providing education, other benefits of the group include opportunities for collaboration in research, academic development, guideline generation, audit and strategy within the West Midlands.

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This Guide is intended for use by healthcare professionals and the expectation is that they will use clinical judgement and knowledge in applying the general principles and recommendations contained within. We cannot guarantee its correctness and completeness and it is subject to change. We do not accept responsibility for any loss, damage or expense resulting from the use of this information.