News Roundup 16-21 June 2013

Categories: In The Media.

16 June

Shanghai: South China Morning Post – Shanghai’s hospice wards offer terminal patients a better last stop

Malawi: AllAfrica – Having a passion for palliative care

Canada: News 1130 – Doctors say palliative care is being shortchanged

18 June

Serbia: – 20 centres for palliative care to be opened in Serbia by year-end

USA: Gay Today – End of life planning advice for LGBT couples

19 June

Belgium: National Post – Belgium on the verge of making euthanasia more accessible for gravely ill children

Pakistan: The News – After much delay, PIMS to have breast cancer screening centre

Australian: The Guardian – Australians passing up free bowel cancer screening

New Zealand: Community Scoop – Guidelines for managers of volunteer services launched

20 June

USA: Huffington Post – New end of life measure quietly sweeps the nation

21 June

India: Health Canal – Innovative intervention program improves life for rural women in India living with HIV/AIDS

UK: Sutton Guardian – Fight for St Raphael’s Hospice escalated to the Vatican

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