Dying and Death in Ireland: What do we routinely measure and how can we improve?
We welcome the publication of the ‘Dying and Death in Ireland: what do we routinely measure, how can we improve?’ report in collaboration with the Irish Hospice Foundation. The report contains findings from a study conducted by our PELCI research team about how and where people died in Ireland between 2013 and 2018. It also reports on the type and quality of data on death and dying that are available in Ireland.
Read the full Dying and Death in Ireland: what do we routinely measure, how can we improve?’ report on the Irish Hospice Foundation’s website.
In the video below (length: 9 minutes) principal researchers Peter May and Soraya Matthews outline the key findings of this report.