Daily News Roundup – 15 October 2014

Categories: In The Media.

Construction work will transform Beckton children’s hospice

Newham Recorder

Feature on the construction work at Richard House Children’s Hospice, which began in August and is due to finish early next year.

Bobby Davro and friends take to the stage for hospice gala show

Get Surrey

A host of musical and comedy stars – including Lee Mead, Shane Richie, Shakin’ Stevens and Bucks Fizz – took to the stage in aid of Woking Hospice.

Serene new garden in memory of Margaret Thatcher to be built at North London Hospice

This is Local London

North London Hospice is to unveil its new Margaret Thatcher Memorial Garden at the end of next month.

Starting the death conversation

Dying Matters blog

Blog by Antonia Rolls about The Conversations Project, which encourages people to come together to talk about death.

Party conference road trip – how Marie Curie staked a claim for end of life care

Marie Curie blog

Over the past few weeks, Marie Curie attended the Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat party conferences in Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow.

GPs should be monitored on care home prescribing, says NICE

Pulse

GPs could soon be monitored on their performance in writing clear and comprehensive prescriptions for care home residents, under new NICE guidance.

Cabinet to be ‘dementia friends’

Yahoo! News

David Cameron has revealed that all cabinet ministers were now expected to join him in getting trained as “dementia friends”.

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