A new project to care for the terminally ill will be launched to replace a charity that went into liquidation in 2012.
Arthur Rank given green light for new hospice in Great Shelford – but Eric Pickles will get the final say
Arthur Rank House will be able to double the number of beds available for terminally-ill patients after being given the green light to expand onto a new site.
West End star Michael Ball, patron of Shooting Star Chase, visited children and parents at Christopher’s children’s hospice in Guildford.
St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice is thanking people and businesses for their support after £400 was stolen from its Lincoln High Street shop.
Common complementary therapies found to have serious drug interactions or reduce the effectiveness of chemotherapy or radiation treatment.
Article by Dr Aoife Gleeson, consultant in palliative medicine, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board, on her research project to explore the impact of MRSA in specialist palliative care.
Charities which are spread across multiple locations must communicate well outside head office or risk alienating their regional workforce and volunteers and suffering serious reputational damage.
A selection of stories from the international editions of ehospice today…
ehospice International children’s edition
The 2nd in the series of Little Stars short films features a number of well-known people in the world of children’s palliative care. It asks the question “Why should children suffer?”
The 2014 World Cancer Congress was launched in fine style in Melbourne on Wednesday, with delegates from around the world introduced to the local wildlife before addresses by a series of keynote speakers, setting the scene for the next three days of this major conference.
ehospice International edition
Across ehospice on Monday 1 December we highlighted how millions of people continue to live with, and die from, HIV related conditions and the important role palliative care plays is supporting people with HIV/AIDS and their carers.
Have you read the latest articles from the UK edition of ehospice?