More and more young women are entering death-related fields of work. Broadly talked to a female hospice worker, a medical museum curator, and two funeral planners to find out why.
A woman in her twenties peers nervously around a café door in Finsbury Park. She joins a group of about 20 of us who have all come for the same purpose: to talk about mortality over a cup of tea and a slice of cake.
The family of a terminally ill prisoner is pleading with the authorities to allow him to spend his final hours at home. Sabri Karatas is in St Joseph’s Hospice in the final stages of bowel cancer, and until last night was handcuffed to a prison officer.
More than 40 charities have come together to combat funeral poverty in the Fair Funerals campaign.
End of life studies blog
Can you imagine fifty medical students and fifty palliative care practitioners giving up what might be the last warm, sunny Saturday of the year to attend a symposium about someone who was born ninety seven years ago?
An autumn reception was held to mark two years since the launch of the Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service’s capital campaign.
People are being invited to attend the grand opening of Rennie Grove Hospice Care’s new shop in Chalfont St Peter on Monday.
The Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House in Hillington, King’s Lynn is due to officially open next year, and Crane Garden Buildings have helped them get one step closer to reaching their goal.
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