Daily News Roundup – 24 February 2015

Categories: In The Media.

2015 will be an interesting year for the Arthur Rank Hospice

Cambridge News
In the first of a new regular column, the chief executive of the Arthur Rank Hospice, Lynn Morgan, gives an update on the charity’s plans for a new facility in Cambridge.

TV star in Salisbury to launch new children’s hospice

Salisbury Journal
Martin Clunes was in Salisbury yesterday as Julia’s House officially launched its project to build a children’s hospice in Wiltshire.

Nuneaton hospice services given thumbs up

Nuneaton News
The Mary Ann Evans Hospice in Nuneaton has passed an assessment report by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) with flying colours.

Dementia research matchmaker scheme

BBC News
A scheme to match dementia researchers with members of the public who are willing to take part in studies has been launched.

Hospice photography – preserving moments of love forever

ehospice USA
Four years ago, hospice nurse Mary Landberg discovered a powerful way to serve the patients and families she cares for through her artistic skills as a photographer.

10 practical things to do when diagnosed with a serious illness

ehospice International
Hospice social worker, Lizzy Miles, writes for Pallimed suggesting 10 practical things to do when you are diagnosed with a serious illness.

Adelaide palliative care nurse recognised for world class PhD

ehospice Australia
Dr Aileen Collier from Flinders University’s Discipline for Palliative and Supportive Services, has been honoured with the ATLAS.ti International Institute Qualitative Methods (IIQM), PhD Award.

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