Daily News Roundup – 15 November 2012

Categories: In The Media.

Liverpool care pathway – doctors speak out


Adrian O’Dowd assesses the professional reaction to media criticism of a pathway used to guide end of life care. Includes interview with Anjali Mullick, consultant in palliative medicine at St Joseph’s Hospice in East London.

Is choice a reality for people at the end of life?

Huffington Post

Article from Imelda Redmond saying that dying in hospital is what people least want.

Doctors set up new party to fight election on NHS

BBC News

Doctors who are launching a new political party are promising to make the NHS one of the key issues at the next election.

Umbrella bodies join forces to look into charity/hospital collaboration

Civil Society

Acevo and the Foundation Trust Network have launched a joint project looking at how NHS trusts and charities can work together to deliver the new NHS Commissioning Board mandate.

Be seen at the year’s most fashionable event at Aylesbury High School

The Bucks Herald

School pupils are raising money for Florence Nightingale Hospice by staging a ‘through the decades’ fashion show modelling clothes they find at the charity’s shops.

Teen hospice kids excited at prospect of song they’ve written being played at local awards

Daily Record

Two Scottish teenagers who have life-shortening conditions are set to steal the show at the Nordoff Robbins Tartan Clef awards on Saturday with a song they wrote and produced at a Robin House (run by Children’s Hospice Association Scotland) music therapy session.

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