Daily News Roundup – 28 January 2014

Categories: In The Media.

Weston Hospicecare begins search for new HQ

The Weston Mercury

Weston Hospicecare is preparing to embark upon the biggest and most ambitious project in its history by relocating to a new purpose-built headquarters.

Top marks across the board at St Gemma’s Hospice

Yorkshire Evening Post

Staff at St Gemma’s Hospice are celebrating after being given top marks in two recent unplanned inspections.

Chairman of Bolton Hospice steps down

The Bolton News

Graham Yardley has stepped down as chairman of Bolton Hospice after six years and will be replaced by Judith Bromley.

Rainbows Hospice urges Derbyshire people to join its 20th birthday celebrations

Derby Telegraph

Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People first opened its doors in 1994 and to celebrate its birthday the charity wants to raise an extra £100,000 in 2014.

Providing quality end of life care to older people dying in nursing care homes in the UK. Are we are asking the impossible?

British Geriatric Society blog

Blog by Julie Kinley, nurse consultant for care homes at St Christopher’s Hospice Care Home Project and Research team.

The final 39 days

Mail Online

Malaysian photojournalist Ahmad Yusni has documented his younger brother Mohammad Sani’s battle with cancer.

Centre for philanthropic research to launch

Civil Society

A research centre that aims to examine the social and psychological drivers of giving is to open at Plymouth University.

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