A topping ceremony is taking place on a multi million pound refurbishment of Naomi House near Winchester.
East London and West Essex Guardian Series
The wife of a former timber merchant in Chingford has left thousands of pounds to Haven House Children’s Hospice.
The Northern Echo
Teesside Hospice celebrated the completion of the £650,000 project with a visit from Simon Stevens, chief executive of NHS England.
Dr Sally Lawton has been appointed as a visiting professor of palliative care nursing at Robert Gordon University’s school of nursing and midwifery.
Day of the Dead has lessons for life, writes Rebecca Patterson, policy & communications manager, Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care.
Dr Clifford Jones a Macmillan GP Facilitator in Aneurin Bevan Healthboard summarises a workshop seminar he attended at a Macmillan GP conference in London.
Donor websites report huge rise compared with same day last year as UK embraces post-Black Friday and Cyber Monday fundraising drive.
Only 18% of British people will donate online during the holiday season due to complicated processes and deficiencies of charity websites, according to new research.
A selection of stories from the international editions of ehospice today…
Around 300 Malaysians, young and old, got together on a Sunday morning to cycle and raise awareness for palliative care.
Four new educational videos that focus on hospice, advance care planning, grief, and caregiving have been added to the resources available at the “Moments of Life” website.
ehospice International children’s edition
The Rocking Horse Project, Swaziland’s only children’s palliative care unit has just added a playroom and a play co-ordinator to their project. Denise Morlock reports on the wonderful effect this has had on the children at Raleigh Fitkin Memorial Hospital in Manzini.