Daily News Roundup – 11 July 2013

Categories: In The Media.

How to get ahead in … palliative care

The Guardian

By Elaine Stevens, chair of the Independent Association of Nurses in Palliative Care, and Ruth Bradley, director of care at St Joseph’s Hospice in Hackney.

In the end, it’s all about balance…

Hemel Today

Barbara van Brummen, clinical nurse specialist at Rennie Grove Hospice Care, talks about how a holistic, nurturing approach helps to normalise end of life care.

Work begins on new Cotswold Care Hospice facilities in Minchinhampton


Construction crews have started expanding the creative therapies space at Cotswold Care Hospice in Minchinhampton.

‘Stop families’ from overriding donor consent

BBC News

The NHS is considering preventing families from overriding the consent of people who have signed the organ donor register.

NHS commissioning groups already restricting access to care, survey reveals

The Guardian

Patients are being denied treatment for hernias, cataracts and infertility because the new GP-led groups that control NHS funding are imposing new restrictions on access to care.

Social care funding cap could cost London councils £877m

Community Care

Regional variations will have ‘substantial implications’ on how councils will be impacted by the introduction of the care costs cap, says London Councils.

MP support boosts Payroll Giving

Third Force News

Encouraging more politicians to commit to Payroll Giving is being partly credited for a rise in sign-ups to the scheme.

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