Daily news roundup – 11 April 2016

Categories: In The Media.

‘New era’ for Salisbury Hospice care as they go out into community

Spire FM
It’s being called the ‘start of a new era’ at Salisbury Hospice, as they start to take their end of life care out to the people that need it most.

Eddie Farwell on founding Children’s Hospice South West 25 years ago and his passion for the charity

Western Daily Life
Children’s Hospice South West celebrates its 25th birthday this year. Rob Stokes went to meet its co-founder and chief executive Eddie Farwell, who explained how it all began.

New consultant to support hospice and hospital patients

Haverhill Echo
A new consultant at St Nicholas Hospice Care and West Suffolk Hospital is set to bring benefit to more patients in need of palliative care.

Sister Frances to speak publicly about her campaign on sexual abuse allegations

Oxford Mail
Sister Frances Dominica will speak publicly for the first time about her campaign on sexual abuse allegations since she was forced to sever ties with Helen and Douglas House.

Support that’s available to anyone, anywhere

Marie Curie blog
As Marie Curie’s information and support services celebrate their first birthday, we look at some of the ways they’ve helped people over the last year.

Junior doctors’ diaries: life and death

BBC Radio 5
Two junior doctors talk about their lives on shift, dealing with emergencies, serious illness and death.

Facing my fear: sleeping, alone, in my mother’s house just after she died

The Guardian
“Mum barely left the house during the last months of her life. If I was home alone, it meant she was really gone,” writes Emma Brockes.

From across the ehospice editions:

International edition: Inadequate availability of medicines – the gravest world drug problem

International edition: Palliative care: beyond definition to outcome

Children’s edition: A letter to the parents no one wants to talk about

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