Daily News Roundup – 24 October 2012

Categories: In The Media.

Care homes to hold open day

The Guardian – social care network

Residential homes are trying to challenge stereotypes and build links with their local communities.

When should doctors embark upon the Liverpool Care Pathway

The Guardian (blog)

The debate over this controversial set of medical guidelines goes on.

Increase in Welsh charity shops rates could seriously impact hospice care

Help the Hospices

Help the Hospices and Hospices Cymru, the voice of charitable hospices in Wales, are extremely concerned with today’s news that the Welsh Government has agreed to consult further on proposals that could limit the work of charity shops.

Children’s Hospices Association Scotland

Weatherseal Charity Weekend

Support hospice care and vote now for CHAS to benefit from charity weekend (voting closes on 28 October).

New chief takes reins at hospice as it gains good practice status

This is Wiltshire

Dorothy House Hospice Care has welcomed its new chief executive in the same week it gained re-accreditation for its Investing in Volunteers status.

A third of acute NHS care ‘not needed’

Nursing Times

A third of acute services in the NHS are not needed, the NHS Confederation has said.

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