Daily News Roundup – 15 June 2015

Categories: In The Media.

Complementary therapies service could be extended by St Catherine’s Hospice

Lancashire Evening Post
A service providing complementary therapies for carers could be extended by St Catherine’s Hospice so that patients can benefit too.

St Clare Hospice extends its home care support service

Harlow Star
More people with terminal or life-limiting illnesses are being looked after at home by St Clare Hospice following the expansion of its home care support.

Royal visit for Kidderminster’s Kemp Hospice

Kidderminster Shuttle
A Kidderminster hospice will welcome a royal visitor this month, when HRH the Duke of Kent will officially open their new Garden Annexe.

Widower who gave away wife’s wedding dress with touching note is ‘overwhelmed’ but ‘delighted’

Daily Mirror
The charity searching for the anonymous man who left the note have finally spoken to him about the international attention the dress has received

Young mother with cancer writes moving final blog post before being admitted to hospice

The Independent
A cancer sufferer has written an emotional final blog post detailing the last stage of her illness from breast cancer.

Former St Catherine’s Hospice nurse accused of watering down morphine injection for terminally ill patient

Crawley News
A former St Catherine’s Hospice nurse who allegedly watered down a morphine injection before giving it to a terminally ill patient is to face a disciplinary hearing next week.

Hospice patient exhibits artwork created as part of his treatment

Malvern Gazette
A patient at St Richard’s Hospice who took up painting as part of his treatment is showing off the fruits of his labours.

From across ehospice editions:

Francophone Palliative Care Initiators’ Course provided a holistic learning experience at Hospice Africa Uganda

Hidden Lives/Hidden Patients: theme announced for World Hospice and Palliative Care Day

Only two or three years to live. What to do, right now?

Doctors shown to have impact on end of life choices for patients

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