Daily News Roundup – 4 September 2014

Categories: In The Media.

Name of the game: competition winners to pick St Catherine’s Hospice room names

Lancashire Telegraph

The winners have been chosen in a competition to name the rooms within an exciting new development taking shape at St Catherine’s Hospice.

Hospice shortlisted for grant

Rye and Battle Observer

ST Michael’s Hospice in Hastings has been shortlisted for the Lloyds Bank Community Fund 2014 and is encouraging the public to vote to them.

Hospice to hold events in Cambuslang and Rutherglen

Scottish Daily Record 

As part of Hospice Care Week, The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice is inviting the public along to two public events to learn more about hospice services in the area.

St Peter’s Hospice role gives commercial director ‘incredible sense of purpose’

Bristol Post

Interview with St Peter’s Commercial Director Roger Childs.

Residential care in the 21st Century

Sue Ryder blog

Preth Rao, Head of Policy and Campaigns at Sue Ryder, on the Commission on Residential Care report, published this week, which makes recommendations for the future of residential care.

Build homes for elderly on NHS land, says MP

BBC News

Surplus NHS land should be used to build dedicated housing for older people, former care minister Paul Burstow has said.

Could community services be the Lidl of the NHS?

The Guardian – Healthcare Professionals Network

As hospitals become more complex, we may see smaller local organisations stepping in to provide crucial services to the public.

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