This article examines the charity’s Dare to Bare campaign, which raised more than £10,000.
Work has begun on the £6.5 million redevelopment of St Andrew’s Hospice, in Grimsby.
The King’s Fund
Rachael Addicott, senior fellow at The King’s Fund, presents early findings from her research into effective commissioning of services at the end of life, along with case studies of innovation and best practice.
New research suggests that the Assisted Dying Bill for England and Wales is not robust enough in its definition of mental capacity, and therefore may not sufficiently protect patients.
The New Old Age blog
“British public health leaders and medical practitioners are more apt to talk about the end of life as a ‘journey’ instead of a war, with ‘pathways’ and ‘steps’ instead of fights and weapons,” writes American Paula Span.
Stephen Sutton, who charted his illness on social media while fundraising, has issued a heartbreaking farewell to his followers.
SweetTree Home Care Services is to become one of the first private home care providers to employ a dedicated Admiral Nurse to support families affected by dementia.
Hospital porters, caterers, doctors and trust chief executives will be asked to embrace the 6Cs, under plans to extend the set of core nursing values to all staff working in the NHS in England.