Daily News Roundup – 23 September 2013

Categories: In The Media.

People are accepting painful death to be with loved ones

MK Web

Research reveals people would choose to die in pain so they could spend their last few days of life at home.

Richard Murray announced as new Director of Policy for The King’s Fund

The King’s Fund

Richard Murray, currently chief analyst at NHS England, will join The King’s Fund as its director of policy early next year.

The time is ripe for charities to set up shop

The Guardian

How your charity could gain a new income stream – and help rejuvenate local high streets – by setting up a social enterprise

Professionals need to be held to account on basis of transparent data

The Guardian

Information, data and measurement play a central role in understanding quality but it is not an alternative to it

Slovenia present Duchess of Cambridge’s chosen charity EACH with a cradle to celebrate the birth of Prince George

Cambridge News

A cradle to celebrate the birth of Prince George of Cambridge has been presented to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) by the Republic of Slovenia.

Tina Harris: Hospice Chief talks about changes at EM


A discussion with Tina Harris, chief executive of the Earl Mountbatten Hospice, to discuss the changes that are happening at the organisation.

Take a fresh look at funding for hospices

Bury Free Press

Isn’t it time for the government to take a different look at hospice funding in the overall provision of ‘care’ in the UK? 

Bearsden cyclist raises money for hospice

Milngavie and Bearsden Herald

Intrepid cyclist Ian Jamison has completed the iconic 172 mile coast to coast route in just three days raising money for Help the Hospices charity.

Ulverston Hospice’s tree of lives

North West Evening Mail

A pair of new memorials which allow families and businesses to pay lasting respect to former patients have been unveiled at South Cumbria’s hospice.

Stars turn out for 20th anniversary of hospice

Lancashire Evening Post

Around £30,000 was raised when big-hearted supporters attended Derian House’s 20th anniversary dinner.

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