Daily News Roundup – 15 March 2016

Categories: In The Media.

Earl Mountbatten Hospice wins top NHS accolade

Isle of Wight Radio
The organisation won an accolade for Improving Services For Children and Young People, for its work with the KissyPuppy appeal (set up in the name of Sophie Rolf), as well as the overall Chairman’s Diamond Award, presented to the “winner of winners”.

Willen Hospice and John Lewis among winners at Milton Keynes Business Achievement Awards

Willen Hospice Retail were the winners of the Independent Retailer award, sponsored by OneMK.

Death at the time of birth: One of life’s greatest paradoxes. Reflections of a clinical midwife specialist in bereavement

EAPC blog
EAPC continues its series on perinatal bereavement and palliative care with examples of initiatives from Ireland and France which aim to improve care for babies and families.

Children’s hospice urges people not to donate Easter eggs to avoid children’s disappointment

Wanstead & Woodford Guardian
Haven House Children’s Hospice in High Road, Woodford Green has asked people to buy toys instead of chocolate eggs for the children it helps this year, as many of them are unable to eat.

Manchester Care Record adds end of life plans

Digital Health
Manchester is incorporating end of life care plans into its shared records scheme. The Manchester Care Record project, which uses Graphnet’s CareCentric software, is also testing a new data feed from Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust.

From across ehospice editions:

Pain without borders – the work of Douleurs Sans Frontières in Cambodia

Richard House hosts colourful run

Ontario government recognises the vital role of family caregivers at end of life care

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