Daily News Roundup – 10 July 2014

Categories: In The Media.

Hospice marks anniversary by opening new unit for day patients

The Northern Echo

Willow Burn Hospice, Lanchester, celebrated its 25th birthday by opening a new £1.4 million centre for day patients.

Naomi House Hospice stripped out ahead of refurbishment

Romsey Advertiser

Over 30 tonnes of material has been removed from Naomi House and nearly all of this material will either be recycled or sold, with 600 man-hours of labour by volunteers.

Star Wars and Harry Potter hero calls for public to back Ulverston hospice cause

North West Evening Mail

Warwick Davis has made a YouTube video asking the public to get behind St Mary’s Hospice’s new fundraising project.

Stockton prison opens end of life suite

Care UK

A new end of life suite that will see Care UK providing specialist care for dying prisoners has been officially opened at HMP Holme House.

Life Embraced – an expressive art exhibition by those affected by terminal illness

Marie Curie blog

Marie Curie and Royal Academy Schools are collaborating on an insightful exhibition, highlighting the use of art therapy for those affected by terminal illness.

A salute to Derek Doyle

End of Life Studies blog

Professor David Clark on Dr Derek Doyle, who has made a considerable contribution to the development of palliative care in the UK and internationally, and this week was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by the University of Glasgow.

HSJ’s most inspirational women in healthcare 2014 revealed


HSJ has published its second celebration of healthcare’s most inspirational female leaders.

Ebay and online retail for charities – top tips

The Guardian – voluntary sector network

Chief executive of Ebay’s partner charity shares his expertise on what makes online customers shop, click and donate.

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