Daily News Roundup – 16 November 2012

Categories: In The Media.

Dignity of Death and Palliative Care

Huffington Post

London Muslim Centre chairman Dr Abdul Bari writes his views on the Liverpool Care Pathway and end of life care.

Nurse wellbeing has ‘direct impact’ on patient care

Nursing Times

Levels of satisfaction and wellbeing among NHS staff have a direct impact on patients’ experiences of healthcare, according to a major study by leading UK nurse researchers.

Sir Stephen Bubb – chairs too complacent on board performance

Civil Society

Sir Stephen Bubb, chief executive of Acevo, has said charity chairs are “too relaxed” on board performance, as new figures suggest chief executives tend to be significantly more worried about board performance than their chairs.

Charity thanks ‘brave’ Craig

This is Staffordshire

Douglas Macmillan Hospice has thanked a fundraiser who collapsed while attempting to break a world record.

Hospice needs £5,300 every day to stay afloat

Mid Sussex Times

Swimmers who dived in to help St Peter and St James Hospice showed their worth in a fundraising event at The Triangle leisure centre.

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