Daily News Roundup – 27 May 2015

Categories: In The Media.

Human rights concern over A&E care

Belfast Telegraph
Instances of inadequate provision of pain relief, food and fluids were highlighted in an investigation of A&E care by the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission.

Opening of children’s ‘Grace’s Place’ hospice to serve North Manchester is nine months behind schedule

Manchester Evening News
Trustees have so far raised only £168,000 and no long-term regular funding has yet been confirmed.

MSPs to vote on Assisted Suicide Scotland bill

BBC News
MSPs are to vote on the Assisted Suicide Scotland Bill as the legislation is debated at Holyrood.

Man who killed himself at Dignitas explains decision in film

The Guardian
Businessman Jeffrey Spector, who was diagnosed with inoperable tumour on his spine that would have led to paralysis, used film to discuss assisted dying

New house clearing service launched by St Giles Hospice

Tamworth Herald
Tamworth residents who need help de-cluttering – or to have a house cleared, need look no further than St Giles Hospice, for the charity has just launched a brand-new service.

Hospice is nominated for Pride of Bucks award

Get Bucks
Nominated in the health worker or team/ healthy living award in this year’s Pride of Bucks awards is the team at Rennie Grove Hospice Care.

From across ehospice editions:

Understanding dementia: Dynamic Dementia project website launched

Palliative care pioneer turns 80

Judge Catherine McGuinness calls for national conversation on end of life in Ireland

Hospice: A Place of Angels

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