Updated guidance has been published for the wide range of health professionals who care for people just before and after death.
Dying Matters blog
Professor Keri Thomas writes about how embracing mortality as a society can transform the care people receive when they are dying.
An increase in GPs prescribing strong opioids could be due to practices increasingly working more closely with end of life care specialists.
Local health bodies’ engagement with the voluntary sector is too patchy according to Navca, with more than half the charities surveyed saying that they were not involved enough in the decision-making process.
Jigsaw, Cumbria’s children’s hospice, has been able to improve and develop the building with the support of a trust fund donation from the Thomas Cook Children’s Charity.
Leckhampton Court Hospice is delighted to be launching a new ‘hospice at home’ service, supporting people who are at the end of their life and their families across Gloucestershire.
Harrow East candidates Bob Blackman, Uma Kumaran, Emma Wallace, Nana Assante and Ross Barlow attended the St Luke’s Hospice hustings event at Canons High School on Tuesday to put forward their parties’ promises.
The editor of the international edition of the website ehospice wants to cover good practice from as much of the world as possible
From across ehospice editions: