Daily News Roundup – 11 July 2014

Categories: In The Media.

The hospice garden that changes young lives

The Telegraph

Annie Gatti talks to garden designer Ann-Marie Powell about the project at children’s hospice Chestnut Tree House that prompted her to think differently.

Sussex nurse praised for going extra mile in care of dying patient

Nursing Times (registration needed)

Staff nurse Rosemary Campbell has received national praise for the exemplary care she gave to an end of life care patient who was missing her pet dog.

Farewell to the chief who helped transform hospice

The Oxford Times

Interview with Tom Hill, who is stepping down as CEO of Helen & Douglas House.

Hospice’s Holistic Wellbeing Centre is officially opened


Hartlepool and District Hospice’s brand new Holistic Wellbeing Centre has been officially opened.

Bournemouth University graduate makes promotional videos for Julia’s House

Blackmore Vale Magazine

A Bournemouth University graduate has made two videos to support and promote the work of Julia’s House, the Dorset Children’s Hospice.

Palliative care: more than one chance to get it right

The Lancet

“For the new priorities for care to work, non-specialist staff will need clear guidelines—and unlike the LCP, these should be underpinned by good quality evidence.”

Teenage Cancer Trust raises more by spelling out the seriousness of cancer in young people

Civil Society

The Teenage Cancer Trust saw donations soar after after it tested new messaging featuring ill beneficiaries at its flagship Royal Albert Hall concerts this year.

‘Forgotten’ age group in Scotland want a break

ehospice International Children’s edition

‘Give us a Break’, a newly launched report by the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign highlights the fears of young disabled Scots that the lack of hospice and respite facilities will leave them either isolated at home or reliant on facilities aimed at much older people.

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