Daily News Roundup – 18 December 2015

Categories: In The Media.

Don’t tell me that death is a ‘tick box exercise’ for junior doctors – I should know, I see death every day

The Independent
If the government really cared about dignity in death,  they would increase provisions for palliative care, writes Rachel Clarke.

‘We are really lucky to have the Donna Louise’

Stoke Sentinel
In the latest in our Donna Louise series Richard Ault spoke to a mum about the benefits of extra care at the hospice.

Free Christmas lunch for hospice patients

Henley Standard
Patients of Sue Ryder Nettlebed Hospice and their families and friends enjoyed a three-course Christmas lunch together at a Henley restaurant.

Guard of honour as inspirational Rebecca Dalgleish is remembered at funeral

East Lothian Courier
More than 50 air cadets and members of staff formed a guard of honour at the funeral of an inspirational county teenager who raised more than £66,000 for Children’s Hospice Association Scotland.

West Ham stars visit Richard House Children’s Hospice

Newham Recorder
Any football fan knows the Christmas schedule is hectic. But that didn’t stop three West Ham stars from taking time out to visit Richard House Children’s Hospice.

Michael McIntyre to host show for Julia’s House children’s hospice

Blackmore Vale Magazine
Comedian Michael McIntyre is to host a second charity show for Julia’s House – this time at a bigger London venue, the Apollo in Hammersmith.

From across ehospice editions:

Role of palliative care in Universal Health Coverage

Are you living … or surviving?