Daily News Roundup – 28 February 2014

Categories: In The Media.

Marie Curie’s ‘Real Life Stories’ campaign shows the difference its nurses can make to end of life care

The Drum

Ahead of its Great Daffodil Appeal, the ‘Real Life Stories’ campaign aims to highlight the importance of its nurses by sharing the stories and experiences of those with terminal illnesses who have been cared for by Marie Curie nurses.

How one of Norman Lamb’s pioneers is integrating health and social care

The Guardian – healthcare professionals network

Macmillan Cancer Support and clinical commissioning groups in Staffordshire are transforming cancer and end of life care.

The Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice turns 35

Eagle Radio

In 1970 a woman called Phyllis Tuckwell passed away after losing her battle with cancer. Nine years later her husband opened a hospice in her name.

All change at St Luke’s Hospice

Chester Chronicle

St Luke’s Hospice in Winsford is looking for people with a strong social media presence who want to give something back to the community to volunteer as Change Makers.

Harlow MP Robert Halfon and TV gardener Christine Walkden named St Clare Hospice patrons

Harlow Star

Harlow MP Robert Halfon and TV gardener Christine Walkden have been made patrons of St Clare Hospice in Hastingwood.

National dementia strategy to be renewed and ‘refreshed’ from April


The government’s national dementia strategy is to be renewed and ‘refreshed’ this year, health secretary Jeremy Hunt has announced.

Gels Like Teen Spirit; 3 tips for charities to engage young people effectively

nfpSynergy blog

A snapshot of what nfpSynergy have learnt from its recent research with seven to 16 year olds.

Cameron: Lobbying Act will affect few charities

Civil Society

Prime Minister David Cameron has written to Sir Stephen Bubb, chief executive of Acevo, promising him that the controversial Lobbying Act will not affect the majority of charities and campaigning organisations.

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