Daily News Roundup – 17 November 2015

Categories: In The Media.

Hospice calls to bridge gap to Muslim families

Enfield Independent
Haven House, which covers Enfield, North East London, Essex and Hertfordshire, have called for “even more” to be done to bridge the gap between hospices and the Muslim community.

Work starts on £1.8m centre next to hospice

Portsmouth News
Work has begun to create a £1.8 million centre to help anyone affected by life-threatening illnesses. The Rowans Hospice held a ground-breaking ceremony to mark the start of building The Living Well Centre, next to the hospice.

Local artists using talent to support patient care at hospice

Island Echo
A new art gallery at the Earl Mountbatten Hospice is continuing to attract interest from local talent keen to display their work while supporting patient care on the Island

Set yourself a challenge for hospice appeal

Motherwell Times
As St Andrew’s Day nears businesses are being urged to ‘Go Scottish’ to raise funds for the St Andrew’s Hospice Capital Appeal.

‘Dire’ outlook for elderly as carer shortage set to top 1m

The Telegraph
Stressed and demoralised carers turn backs on industry but immigration rules are keeping desperately replacements out, report warns

From across ehospice editions:

Developing an infographic of palliative care physiotherapy in the Philippines

ICPCN launches Global Giving campaign to fund training in Bangladesh

Marion Rattray awarded Order of Ottawa

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