Daily news roundup – 19 August 2016

Categories: In The Media.

Staff help hospice Argos it…

Worcester Observer
Company managers from Argos recently joined nurses and warehouse staff from St Richard’s Hospice to sort through the large volume of donations in its 18,000sq ft warehouse.

Jarrow hospice launches Memory Tree to pay tribute to lost loved ones

The Shields Gazette
St Clare’s Hospice in Jarrow has installed a Memory Tree with the help of its sponsor Co-operative Funeral Care South Shields.

ellenor hospice in Northfleet requires improvement after Care Quality Commission inspection

Kent Online
The Care Quality Commission has told the ellenor it must improve, although it does provide outstanding end of life care.

Cancer survivors’ sex lives as good as others their age

Charity Today
Cancer survivors have just as much sex and can function as well as others their age, according to a Cancer Research UK funded study published in the journal Cancer.

‘All I can do is try and be Dad’: The harrowing impact of prostate cancer on families

The Telegraph
A new film from The Telegraph and Prostate Cancer UK demonstrates the devastating impact that prostate cancer is having on men and families across the UK every day.

Highlights from across the ehospice editions:

International edition: A tale of two mothers

International children’s edition: Global palliative care achievement award for children’s champion

South Africa edition: The importance of a social worker

USA edition: Funding for palliative care research

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