Daily News Roundup – 15 April 2015

Categories: In The Media.

Things are really starting to happen at the Arthur Rank hospice site, says CEO Lynn Morgan

Cambridge News
Anyone who has passed the location of our new hospice at Shelford Bottom, will have seen that there is now a lot of activity on the site. After much anticipation, things are beginning to happen.

Unit for bereaved men at Halton Haven Hospice approaches first birthday

Liverpool Echo
The Men’s Shed at Halton Haven Hospice, which helps men looking after or caring for someone with life-limiting illnesses, is going from strength to strength as it approaches its first birthday.

St Luke’s Hospice in Sheffield praised for its levels of care

The Star
Staff at St Luke’s Hospice in Sheffield are celebrating after CQC inspectors praised the levels of care at its new inpatient centre and in the wider community.

Startup of the year 2014: The Grief Doula

The Guardian
“No-one should have to go through a terminal illness without support. That’s my dream – to offer support to parents of terminally ill children,” writes Elisabeth Newton, founder of The Grief Doula.

From across ehospice editions:

4th International Public Health and Palliative Care Conference to start soon

What are we doing about South Africans needing palliative care now?

RNAO tackles end of life care at annual meeting

Speak Up! Making sure your healthcare wishes are known

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