Imagine having a disease so rare it doesn’t have a name – or even another sufferer. On the rarest of days – 29 February – three families mark Rare Disease Day.
Helping him manage his symptoms and offering support to his two children is community nurse specialist Emma Campbell, based at St Peter’s Hospice.
Since we moved in to the new hospice almost five years ago our grounds and gardens have established well and I thought you might like to know a few facts and figures about them, writes St Barnabas House chief executive Hugh Lowson.
North Devon Journal
Children’s Hospice South West has been shortlisted in ITV West Country West to take part in a TV competition where the winner will receive grants of up to £50,000.
The hours are ridiculous and the money’s dreadful – so why do I do it? Because there’s nothing more rewarding than helping someone to negotiate the world.
End of Life Studies blog
When this month’s issue of the journal Palliative Medicine dropped through the letter box, I was interested to see that the headline article is a ‘white paper’ from the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) – on euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide, writes Professor David Clark.
From across ehospice editions: