Daily News Roundup – 23 September 2015

Categories: In The Media.

NHS trusts warned not to repeat mistakes in end of life care

Nursing Times
A study, by an expert in palliative care medicine from Kings College London, has assessed why the controversial Liverpool Care Pathway failed and recommended how hospital trusts might avoid similar pitfalls.

Peace Hospice Care’s Hospice at Home team celebrates a decade of work

Watford Observer
Peace Hospice Care’s Hospice at Home team is celebrating a decade of work in the south west Hertfordshire community.

Prospect Hospice’s new outreach centre opening in Marlborough this week

Gazette & Herald
Prospect Hospice’s much-anticipated Outreach Centre in Marlborough, which Gazette readers helped raise almost £160,000 towards, is set to open this week.

St Clare Hospice in Hastingwood welcomes new director of patient care

Epping Forest Guardian
Hospice services should be “beacons of specialist, person-centred care”, a new director of patient care has announced as he starts his role.

Call for carers to get more support in ‘tragic cases’

Stoke Sentinel
A harrowing case reported in yesterday’s Sentinel has brought the issue of assisted dying back into sharp focus. Liam Barnes looks at the arguments.

St Andrew’s Hospice Hoscars hails its hardworking heroes

Grimsby Telegraph
Staff and volunteers at St Andrew’s Hospice joined together to celebrate achievements at the first Hoscars awards ceremony.

From across ehospice editions:

Remember to register your event for World Hospice and Palliative Care Day

A natural problem solver with a healthy outlook – Nami’s story

Memories of a caregiver

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