Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust

ReSPECT Awareness Level 3

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ReSPECT stands forRecommendedSummaryPlan forEmergencyCare andTreatment. The ReSPECT process creates personalised recommendations for a person's clinical and holistic care if there were to be an emergency situation where they may not be able to make decisions or express their wishes. This includes more information about recommendations on resuscitation.

At Sheffield Children’s we will work with children, young people and their families to start and continue these personalised ReSPECT conversations with the right people, at the right time, in the right place and using the right language. This may be in the outpatient setting, during inpatient stays or during acute illnessesat the appropriate time.

ReSPECT Awareness Level 3is for all Consultants with a responsibility of signing off shared goals of care.

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Contributed by: Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust
Authored by: Resuscitation Council UK
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Last updated: 27 April 2023
First contributed: 27 April 2023
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