Data & statistics
The National End of Life Care Intelligence Network
(NEoLCIN) co-ordinates statistical information and commissions
- how and where people in England die
- end of life care provision
- the comparative costs of different models of end of life
The NEoLCIN bring all this data together in one place, enabling
commissioners and people working in end of life care to use the
information to plan, deliver and improve end of life care services.
For the latest data and statistics relating to end of life care in
the NEoLCIN website, which is divided into four main
of Life Care Profiles provide data and statistics on end of
life care, by Local Authority area in England and broken down by
age, gender, place of death and cause of death.
Resources includes information on research, links to other
useful sources of information and publications produced by the
NEoLCIN and other organisations.
Data sources provides a guide and links to other key sources of
data relating to end of life care.
The Advice and information section provides information for
patients, carers and relatives.
If you haven't had much experience of using statistical tools
and interpreting data, you might find it helpful to start
your visit to the site by reading the explanatory page.
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