Crawley Happy Times
St Catherine’s Hospice was one of the final three shortlisted for the Team of the Year Award at the Infection Prevention Society 2016 Awards.
Cransley Hospice’s fundraising manager Teads Diana Patrick MBE is to retire today after 17 years in the role.
Community spirit shown during floods inspires restaurateur to raise thousands with charity anniversary event
An Indian restaurant in Radcliffe has raised over £3,000 for Bury charities, including Bury Hospice, after the owner was inspired after last year’s floods in Radcliffe.
Brave mum fulfils dying wish as she marries sweetheart in Airdrie hospice after being told she had days to live
Scottish Daily Record
Lynne Morrison defied medical odds to tie the knot with long-term partner William Higgins during a moving ceremony at St Andrew’s Hospice
The 10ft ball of wool will be at the station between 7am and 7pm today as part of Sue Ryder’s campaign to offer support and advice to those dealing with bereavement.
One in 10 unpaid carers who called 999 or took their loved one to A&E did so because they did not know where else to go, a report by Carers UK suggests.
Marie Curie blog
Dr Florence Todd Fordham, project coordinator with Marie Curie’s research team, was surprised to find that very limited research has been done on out-of-hours palliative care in the UK to look at what works and how can it be delivered successfully for people living with a terminal illness.
Richard Smith writes: “A challenge to all health systems is how best to manage ‘high need, high cost patients’, a term developed by the Commonwealth Fund.”
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