Daily News Roundup – 18 September 2014

Categories: In The Media.

Mystery as Dorothy House chief leaves suddenly

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald 

Dorothy House has announced that Chief Executive Liz Brown has left the hospice after nearly two years in post.

Re-designed hospice chapel offers oasis of solace and comfort for all

On The Wight

A special service has been held to rededicate the chapel at Earl Mountbatten Hospice in Newport.

Donna Louise Hospice Trust offers first apprentice Kirsty Gough a permanent role

The Sentinel

Care worker Kirsty Gough has progressed from volunteer through to a fully-fledged member of staff at the Donna Louise Children’s Hospice Trust.

John Taylor Hospice Giving Life Back conference poses the questions

Sutton Coldfield Local

Local charity John Taylor Hospice has led the way in exploring end of life care in a two day conference.

What you should never say to someone who has been bereaved

Sue Ryder blog

“Each person grieves differently and we cannot know how any individual is feeling when their loved one has died.”

How to participate in #hpmJC – palliative care Twitter journal club


Twitter journal club is a regular (approximately monthly) tweet chat, with the next one due to be held on 29 September 2014 at noon (GMT).

HSJ reveals first ever LGBT Role Models list


HSJ has published its first ever celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans healthcare leaders and staff who are working to promote inclusion and lead by example with their day to day work.

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