Daily News Roundup – 1 November 2013

Categories: In The Media.

Are you concerned about the availability of hospice care in the future? 

Huffington Post blog

Jonathan Ellis, director of policy and advocacy at Help the Hospices, writes about public concern about availability of hospice care.

Fund launched to support children’s palliative care across Dorset

Bournemouth Echo

A fund has been launched at Poole to support children’s palliative care across Dorset. Gully’s Place Trust Fund aims to help from diagnosis to death, in hospital and at home.

‘Building a hospice at the hospital would make a major difference to our lives’


A hospice to be built in east Norfolk aims to offer a peaceful retreat for dying patients. But one cancer sufferer feels it would be a missed opportunity not to build it at the James Paget University Hospital.

Save our hospice: our campaign to secure future of St John’s

Lancaster Guardian

St John’s Hospice in Lancashire has launched a new campaign to close the gap between its income and expenditure and secure its future.

Prostate cancer death rate falls by a fifth in 20 year

BBC News

The death rate from prostate cancer has fallen by 20% in the past 20 years, figures from Cancer Research UK show.

Public trust and confidence, charity law review and self-regulation – so where are we?

Institute of Fundraising blog

Peter Lewis, Chief Executive of the Institute of Fundraising, writes about self-regulation.

New kids on the clock

nfp Synergy

Joe Saxton writes about the rise in youth volunteering and its impact on society.

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