Daily News Roundup – 22 January 2016

Categories: In The Media.

Louis Dundas Centre for Children’s Palliative Care attempt to revolutionise the care of children with life-threatening illnesses

The Independent
A unique centre for palliative care is bringing together doctors and academics to create a “deeper body of research” to transform care for seriously ill children across the country.

Eden Valley Hospice and Jigsaw launch new website

Cumbria Crack
Eden Valley Hospice and Jigsaw, Cumbria’s Children’s Hospice, are thrilled to be launching their brand new website.

St Margaret’s Hospice review focusses on future palliative care technology

Western Gazette
The latest review into palliative care at Somerset’s St Margaret’s Hospice brought together some of the foremost experts in medical technology.

‘Winning a Charity Award makes good things happen’

Civil Society blog
When Julia’s House hospice won the Healthcare and Medical Research category at the Charity Awards 2012, it kicked off a chain of events that chief executive Martin Edwards could never have imagined.

St Andrew’s Hospice marks 30th anniversary year with fundraising drive

Daily Record
St Andrew’s Hospice is marking its 30th anniversary this year – and staff are asking others celebrating a special milestone this year to use the occasion to join in with their fundraising.

Boiled egg and custard – a story of care

Marie Curie blog
This week, Marie Curie has launched its Great Daffodil Appeal 2016 radio advert starring Dominic West and Alison Steadman.

David Bowie: Keeping schtum about cancer

Huffington Post
Angela Brightwell writes about what David Bowie’s death means to her.

From across ehospice editions:

UK hospice training helps Ugandan prison guards care for dying inmates

New paediatric pain, palliative and integrative medicine clinic opens in Minnesota

Solace in finding somewhere meaningful for ashes

You can rewrite your story

HFA advance care planning awareness campaign