Daily News Roundup – 1 May 2014

Categories: In The Media.

Hospice to host end of life debate in Bournemouth

Bournemouth Chamber of Trade & Commerce

Lewis-Manning Hospice is replacing its successful annual conference this year with an end of life debate, which will take place during the fifth annual Dying Matters Awareness Week.

Recruitment drive at Lincolnshire’s pioneering hospice

ITV News

St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice has launched a recruitment drive ahead of the opening of its pioneering ‘hospice in the hospital’ this summer.

Home cinema donated to children’s hospice

West Sussex County Times

Chestnut Tree House is the latest children’s hospice to have a home cinema worth £21,000 installed by charity Together for Cinema.

Peter Andre visits Shooting Star Chase hospice

Get Surrey

The singer and TV star said the charity’s Guildford hospice made children feel “surrounded by love”.

The Silent Treatment

Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care blog

Dr David Jeffrey explores how great playwrights like Shakespeare and Pinter can help clinicians to learn more about empathy and compassion.

Teenage patients need nurses ‘trained in both adult care and paediatrics’

Nursing Times

Nurses with qualifications in both children’s and adult nursing have a key role in improving health services for young people, according to an independent group of experts.

Are charities ‘levelling with the public’?

Civil Society blog

Andrew Hind looks at the growing gap between what charities do and what the public think they do.

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