Daily News Roundup – 17 March 2016

Categories: In The Media.

Future education of children’s nurses

Together for Short Lives blog
When considering the sustainability of the care for babies, children and young people with life-shortening conditions, one of our biggest challenges now and in the future is to ensure enough nurses with the right skills to deliver that care, writes Katrina McNamara.

New stamp celebrates Leeds hospice founder

Yorkshire Evening Post
The Royal Mail has launched a new series of stamps celebrating some of Britain’s great humanitarians – with one including the founder of Sue Ryder Wheatfields hospice, Lady Sue Ryder.

Wolverhampton’s Compton Hospice targeted by thieves for third time in just one year

Express & Star
Thieves have struck for the third time in a year at Compton Hospice. An industrial-sized hedge trimmer and strimmer were stolen from a shed at its Cedars site on Compton Road West between 11am and 1pm on Monday.

Citizen campaigns to stop ‘noisy’ concrete plant being built near Willen Hospice

Milton Keynes Citizen
The unique tranquillity of the city’s Willen Hospice is under threat by “crazy” plans to build a noisy concrete plant and waste station less than 500 metres away.

Hospice of the Good Shepherd means business

Chester Chronicle
The Hospice of the Good Shepherd has a new corporate fundraising manager to develop and deliver a robust strategy for the future.

From across ehospice editions:

Ethiopian Ministry of Health supports WHPCA Iddir Project

#Hike4Hospice spotlight: Powell River Hospice Society

Civil society statement – The UNGASS outcome document: Diplomacy or denialism?

MedPAC March report to Congress

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