David Gauke, South West Herts MP, on the work of his local hospice – The Hospice of St Francis – and Dr Ros Taylor MBE.
Day hospice staff at Springhill Hospice have started a new schools project, aimed at introducing children to the hospice environment and creating a healthier attitude towards illness, death and dying.
St Helena Hospice wants people’s stories about its work as it marks its 30th anniversary.
A seven-week appeal in aid of George Thomas Hospice Care has raised £68,000 which will be match funded by the Jane Hodge Foundation.
End of life studies blog
Blog by Lorraine Manley about Maggie’s Centres, which support people with cancer across Scotland.
Isle of Man politicians have rejected a call to introduce a bill to allow assisted dying.
One in two people in the UK will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives, analysis suggests.
A selection of stories from the international editions of ehospice today…
Josaab Foundation introduced mobile hospice services in Egypt for the first time in 2011. Here, Noura Rizk, field coordinator at Josaab Foundation, writes about recruiting community leaders to maximise access to hospice services.
Let’s be honest: the words “palliative care” can evoke fear for patients and family members.
The Kenya Government Ministry of Health held a media briefing on World Cancer Day and at the same time inaugurated the first National Cancer Institute (NCI) Board of Trustees.