Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust – which runs the Queen’s Medical Centre and City Hospital – wants to see if people with conditions like motor neurone disease can be given the same kind of palliative care as cancer patients.
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David Praill shares the leadership lessons he has learned over two decades working at the heart of the hospice movement.
Attitudes towards dying are shifting – and there’s even an Ideal Death Show coming up. What’s behind the emergence of a new spirit of openness?
A form introduced across Wales to record whether patients with life-limiting illness or severe frailty wish to be resuscitated is ‘not fit for purpose’, NHS Wales has been told by GPs.
Traffic came to a standstill outside Keech Hospice Care on as people queued to get in for Keech Fest – the official opening of the Alan Titchmarsh wildlife garden – including a mum from Stotfold.
Each year St Catherine’s Hospice cares for and supports more than 1,800 patients. Almost everyone in Crawley will be aware that it helps people with terminal illnesses and their families. But how much else do you know?
This year marks 30 Years of Care for the charities that came together to found Rennie Grove.
Ahead of the House of Commons debate on the Assisted Dying Bill on Friday 11 September, we roundup some of the press coverage surrounding the issue:
From across ehospice editions: