The African Palliative Care Association’s Executive Director, Dr Emmanuel Luyirika, looks back on Mandela’s life and the lasting impact it has had on healthcare in South Africa.
Sparkling new facilities unveiled at Trinity Hospice are paving the way for the rest of the unit’s half-a-million pound development.
Lancashire Evening Post
Work to build a new community palliative care centre and café at St Catherine’s Hospice is underway.
The Southern Reporter
A year ago next month the Margaret Kerr Unit opened to patients, offering palliative care and help to those wanting end of life care at home have their wish.
Patients of Cransley Hospice, Kettering, get into the Christmas mood after reindeer Misha and Boris pay them a visit.
GPs have been asked to provide thousands more appointments and ‘proactive’ visits to vulnerable patients, under CCG plans to ease the pressure on A&E departments this winter.
The number of people dying from breast, prostate and bowel cancer will almost halve by 2020, new figures suggest.
The Health Act 2012 is set to be changed to make it easier for clinical commissioning groups to come together with each other – and with NHS England – to jointly commission services, HSJ has learned.