Daily News Roundup – 13 June 2014

Categories: In The Media.

Facing the first father’s day without a dad is blooming hard!

News Letter, Northern Ireland

Our society keeps death and bereavement shrouded. When you’re grieving, people treat you a bit like you’ve had a bad flu. They give you a short period to feel your pain, then you are expected to bounce back as though nothing much has happened. Grief is something as a society we are not good at dealing with, so we hide it away deep inside and try to deal with it in our quiet moments so as not to make others feel uncomfortable.

Improving electronic information sharing for palliative care patients

Marie Curie blog

Coordination of healthcare services used by patients with palliative needs is essential in providing patient-centred care. Sharing of good quality patient information is central to achieving this goal, especially when out of hours care is needed.

Pharmacists in Wales urged to support Young Carers collecting medicines from a pharmacy

Welsh Government

Supporting young carers in their daily lives is a priority for the Welsh Government, Health Minister Mark Drakeford and Deputy Minister for Social Services Gwenda Thomas said today to mark Carers week.

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