Sixty and Me
Video interview with Claire Henry, chief executive of the National Council for Palliative Care.
As part of the Watford Observer’s partnership with Peace Hospice Care, the paper is showing readers inside the hospice’s headquarters with a picture tour.
St Joseph’s Hospice, also known as Jospice, is restructuring its retail team, due to “ever-increasing costs” and the introduction of the national living wage.
Seventy-seven care homes across England have been honoured for the ‘gold standard’ level of care they give dying residents, including efforts to reduce hospital deaths.
The first national trial of holistic rehabilitation for people living with cancer and beyond is being run in Coventry and Warwickshire.
Together for Short Lives blog
“I am hearing frustrating stories of how the sector is being tied up in regulatory red tape which is wrestling resource away from supporting and caring for children and young people with life-shortening conditions,” writes Barbara Gelb.
“We must spend time with our patients and use our time together effectively,“ writes GP Adrian Hayter.
From across the ehospice editions: