Daily News Roundup – 10 January 2014

Categories: In The Media.

‘100 days in, and I’m excited and proud to be CEO of Sue Ryder’

The Guardian – voluntary sector network

Heidi Travis talks about her leadership journey at Sue Ryder and why it is important, if an organisation is to grow, to have the right skills in the right places.

Extension for heart care plan

Glasgow Evening Times

A care scheme that has helped hundreds of patients in the advanced stages of heart failure to remain at home while receiving treatment is being extended.

Chartered accountant Frances Daley has been announced as the new chairwoman of Haven House Hospice

East London and West Essex Guardian

Frances Daley, the new chairwoman of Haven House Children’s Hospice, has vowed to expand its support services.

Research Poster awarded 1st Prize at International Palliative Care Network Conference 2013

Edge Hill University

A research poster by Dr Mary O’Brien, reporting on findings from the Six Steps to Success project, has been awarded first prize at the International Palliative Care Network Conference 2013.

Making precious moments for families

West Sussex County Times

The first article of a new weekly column by Linda Perry, Director of Children’s Services at Chestnut Tree House.

Calls for parents’ bereavement leave gathers momentum in Parliament

Bournemouth Echo

A campaign for parents to be allowed bereavement leave following the death of a child is gathering momentum.

Hospice fundraising – innovative or in decline?

Institute of Fundraising blog

David Burland, CEO of Shooting Star CHASE, asks if hospices have become complacent and reactive in relation to fundraising.

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