The chief executive of Acorns Children’s Hospice will step down after ten years at the helm. David Strudley will leave the charity, which runs hospices helping life-limited youngsters in Worcester, Selly Oak and Walsall, towards the end of this year.
Marie Curie blog
Dr Mark Taubert, palliative care consultant and clinical director for palliative medicine at Velindre NHS Trust, guest blogs for Marie Curie about the value of social media for palliative care practitioners.
Campaigners against a new concrete crushing plant and waste transfer station in Milton Keynes say its vital councillors listen to their concerns. Planners have given their backing to a scheme for a site close to Willen Lake, close to the M1 and Willen Hospice.
An inspirational woman who has out-lived a life expectancy of just six months has praised the work of Marie Curie’s Helper Service initiative.
Tyrone Horne, children’s outreach nurse for life-limiting conditions at Cork University Hospital in Ireland, explains how two children’s units collaborated on a special remembrance service for bereaved families following the death of their child.
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