Daily News Roundup – 4 January 2016

Categories: In The Media.

‘The care Morven receives at GOSH is the best in the world’

The Independent
The Independent’s Give to GOSH appeal will go towards a new 14-bed specialist unit to help children with heart failure and will support the Louis Dundas Centre for Children’s Palliative Care, for children suffering from life-limiting or life-threatening illnesses.

How it all began: 25 years of Children’s Hospice South West

North Devon Gazette
Reporter Sarah Howells met Children’s Hospice South West founder Eddie Farwell MBE to find out how the charity first began, 25 years ago.

New end of life guidelines that put the patient first are welcomed by senior Herts health professionals

The Comet
Senior figures in the provision of healthcare in Herts have welcomed new guidelines which aim to put a dying person at the heart of decisions about their care, so that they can be supported in their final days in accordance with their wishes.

Keighley man’s tribute to Manorlands end of life care

Keighley News
A Keighley man has paid tribute to the end of life care received by his late wife. Alan Parry said she had a “brilliant experience” at Manorlands, the Oxenhope Sue Ryder hospice.

Isle of Wight hospice chief: demand for meals on wheels hasn’t gone away

Isle of Wight Radio
The chief executive of the Earl Mountbatten Hospice wants a replacement for the Isle of Wight’s Meals On Wheels service when it ends later this month.

Acorns Children’s Hospice looks back at 2015 – the year it turned ten years old

Worcester News
Acorns Children’s Hospice has taken a look back at 2015 – the year it celebrated its tenth anniversary at Bath Road in Worcester.

St John’s Hospice marks 30 years of caring for the community

Lancaster Guardian
St John’s Hospice is heading back down memory lane to mark its 30th anniversary this year.

From across ehospice editions:

First Essentials of Palliative Care training by Ganga Prem Hospice held in Uttarakhand

Do not judge a book by its cover

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