Resuscitation Council (UK)

ReSPECT

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ReSPECT is a process that creates personalised recommendations for a person’s clinical care in a future emergency in which they are unable to make or express choices. It provides health and care professionals responding to that emergency with a summary of recommendations to help them to make immediate decisions about that person’s care and treatment. ReSPECT can be complementary to a wider process of advance/anticipatory care planning.

More information can be found on the ReSPECT Process website www.respectprocess.org.uk

ReSPECT Process blogs

  • Blog - Personalised carePersonalised care is the future in this blog Dr Peter-Marc Fortune talks about why personalisation is integral to good quality healthcare and should be applied in all situations, including urgent...
  • Blog - Person-centred carePerson-centred, coordinated care: it's just as important in an emergency - in this blog, Federico Moscogiuri talks about the importance of care planning and having control over care in an emergency.