Daily News Roundup – 19 June 2014

Categories: In The Media.

North Wales hospice advice line for care homes

BBC News

St Kentigern Hospice in north Wales is to run an advice line for care homes for patients needing palliative care in a bid to reduce hospital admissions.

Newsreader becomes patron for Rainbows Hospice

Hinckley Times

The presenter of BBC East Midlands Anne Davies has become a patron of Rainbows Hospice for children and young people.

UK’s oldest hospice to march in this year’s Pride London Parade

Pink News

Trinity Hospice will join a whole host of other groups for the annual Pride London Parade on Saturday 28 June.

PMQs: Cameron and Fabricant on Stephen Sutton legacy

BBC News

The prime minister praised Staffordshire cancer fundraiser Stephen Sutton, who died aged 19, saying he was an “absolutely inspiring individual”.

Cameron Wants ‘Global Push’ To Fight Dementia

Sky News

A “bold, global push” is urgently needed to find effective treatments against dementia, David Cameron is due to warn.

Patients ‘don’t understand doctors’

Health Service Journal (£)

Health workers must do more to ensure patients can understand the advice they have been given, the Royal College of General Practitioners have said.

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