Daily News Roundup – 30 March 2016

Categories: In The Media.

Light bulb moment: Barbara Gelb on joined up thinking

Third Sector
An insight into the working life of the chief executive of the children’s charity Together for Short Lives.

12 lessons I’ve learnt working in a hospice

Good Housekeeping
Jan Palmer, staff nurse at the Marie Curie Cardiff and Vale Hospice, describes what she has learnt during her 14 years working in end of life care.

Devizes children’s hospice construction to begin

BBC News
Work to build a £3 million hospice for children in Wiltshire will begin this summer, Julia’s House has said.

Jospice fundraiser to step down after 40 years

Pat Murphy, director of fundraising at Jospice, is to step down from her role in the summer.

Worcester Buddhist Centre moves to temporary new home at St Richard’s Hospice

Malvarn Gazette
Worcester Buddhist Centre is moving to a temporary new home as it aims to increase its presence in the city.

Privacy in the emergency room: why a walled room beats a curtained cubicle

EAPC blog
The EAPC blog continues its series on perinatal bereavement and palliative care with examples of initiatives from Ireland and France that aim to improve care for babies and families.

Sad songs help people grieve

The Telegraph
Sad songs help people deal with grief more effectively than listening to happy music, a university study has found.

From across the ehospice editions:

International: Access to controlled medications included in key UN document

South Africa: world TB day wrap

USA: 2016 Virtual Conference: call for poster presentations

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