NHS Confederation blog
Tracey Bleakley, chief executive of Hospice UK, outlines how more health and wellbeing boards and clinical commissioning groups can work collaboratively with hospices and other organisations to tackle gaps in service planning for end of life care.
Health correspondent Mark Smith speaks to Ty Hafan’s Sarah Merrick who works as a palliative care play specialist.
Boxing hero Scott Quigg is hoping to deliver a big boost to Bury Hospice, after becoming a patron for the charity.
Keen to get in on the latest internet trend, staff from Mary Stevens Hospice in Stourbridge decided to join in with The Running Man Challenge.
Bedfordshire on Sunday
Sue Ryder St John’s hospice’s first Lymphoedema nurse, Janet Jeffs, is retiring after almost three decades of dedicated service.
Jenny Lowther was heartbroken when her son was diagnosed with a severe type of epilepsy, but she says at Little Havens their family can appreciate the time they have together.
The Huffington Post
“When a cancer diagnosis hits, it’s not just the life of the person with cancer that changes forever but the person standing by their side willing to care for them,” writes Lynda Thomas, chief executive of Macmillan Cancer Support.
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