Daily News Roundup – 10 November 2015

Categories: In The Media.

Confessions of … a hospice chaplain, with Ruth Pryce of Marie Curie Hospice in Woolton

Liverpool Echo
Ruth Pryce has worked at Marie Curie Hospice in Woolton for 24 years – the first 18 as a nurse and the last six as chaplain. She talks to the Liverpool Echo about her work.

Ian Clarke obituary

The Guardian
The architect Ian Clarke, who has died suddenly at the age of 52, believed passionately that hospitals for the dying should be welcoming, reassuring places – and, as a leading light in the architectural firm JDDK, he spent his career designing uplifting spaces for palliative care.

Borough hospice opens another new charity shop

Wigan Today
Two patients from Wigan & Leigh Hospice performed the ribbon-cutting duties as one of the charity threw open the doors of its latest Wigan shop.

Paddy McGuinness has date with Rainbows Hospice

Hinckley Times
Best known as host of ITV’s Saturday night dating show Take Me Out, Paddy spent time with the young people, their families and staff, signed autographs and posed for photos.

‘Turnip’ picked as John Taylor Hospice fundraiser’s new middle name to raise cash for Erdington facility

Sutton Coldfield Observer
The 33-year-old youth worker has more in common with the vegetable than he ever thought possible after taking on the new middle name of Turnip to raise money for John Taylor Hospice.

From across ehospice editions:

20th Annual Congress of the Japanese Society for Palliative Medicine

Accessibility for all – a story from India

First symposium and training workshop on paediatric palliative care in Bangladesh

Young stars shine at the Richard House Oscars Ceremony this weekend

Euthanasia no substitute for palliative care

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *