Phasing out the Liverpool Care Pathway because some medical staff do not know how to use it is ‘extreme’, a leading ethicist has warned.
The Marie Curie Hospice in Glasgow received ‘very good’ and ‘good’ grades from Healthcare Improvement Scotland’s report.
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Isabel Hospice will mark the year’s longest day with a special remembrance ceremony.
A new project in Ireland is seeking to encourage people to talk about their end of life care with their GPs.
The funeral of 19-year-old cancer fundraiser Stephen Sutton will take place next week following a vigil in his memory at Lichfield cathedral, his family have announced.
Efforts to redirect patients away from busy A&E departments will not work, doctors have said – as a new study shows most need to be seen there.
A report by the Charities Aid Foundation criticises the UK government and calls for the prohibition of gagging clauses in contracts involving charities.