US – Market Watch
Few things tear a family apart worse than the estate administration of a loved one.
UK – Oxford Mail
With junior doctors downing tools for the second national strike over the ongoing contract row, Dr Rachel Clarke – who works at the county’s hospitals – explains why doctors are heading to the picket lines this morning.
US – US News
Mounting research finds that facing discrimination, in general, is a risk factor for poor health.
US – Dawn
I distinctly remember the moment when we heard the doctor say that the cancer had metastasized in a number of organs and had advanced to the point where there was nothing, therapeutically, the doctors could do about the disease. It was time to prepare for the end.
US – Wicked Local
After pioneering Massachusetts General Hospital’s pediatrics emergency department and leading it for 25 years, Lincoln’s Dr. Patricia O’Malley decided she wasn’t done making big changes in children’s medicine.
An article published in the current issue of JAMA Internal Medicine shares research on variation of hospice visits to patients in the last two days of life.
ehospice International Children’s edition
Ladybug House’s new video takes an intimate look at some of the stories that inspired Suzanne Gwyn to found the Seattle based children’s hospice.
Human beings are storytellers. When we share our stories, we are able to build understanding of ourselves and others and trigger the imagination for future possibility.
Sarah Thompson, director of fundraising and engagement at St Joseph’s Hospice, reflects on the recent Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee report on charity fundraising and what it means for hospices.