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.
Martin Clunes was in Salisbury yesterday as Julia’s House officially launched its project to build a children’s hospice in Wiltshire.
The Mary Ann Evans Hospice in Nuneaton has passed an assessment report by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) with flying colours.
A scheme to match dementia researchers with members of the public who are willing to take part in studies has been launched.
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.
Hospice social worker, Lizzy Miles, writes for Pallimed suggesting 10 practical things to do when you are diagnosed with a serious illness.
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.