Daily News Roundup – 6 June 2013

Categories: In The Media.

My Week: Catherine Deakin dreams of creating a cream tea

Third Sector

Catherine Deakin, policy and advocacy manager at Help the Hospices, recounts her week.

End of life survey results set to shape future care

Burton Mail

East Staffordshire Clinical Commissioning Group and Macmillan Cancer Support are asking people who have recently cared for or supported someone with a terminal illness to share their experiences.

More personal palliative care

Nursing Times

Helen Brewerton moved back to Trinity Hospice after leaving to join King’s College Hospital four years ago. She explains why she couldn’t keep away.

60 seconds with…Dee Sissons, director of nursing at Marie Curie Cancer Care

Nursing Times

Nursing Times talk to Dee Sissons, director of nursing at Marie Curie Cancer Care, who has been a nurse for 35 years.

St Luke’s launches appeal for dignity in death

Northwich Guardian

St Luke’s Hospice is marking its 25th anniversary with the launch of its ‘President’s Appeal’ to fund specialist training for care home staff and a team of highly skilled nurses who will take their expertise out into the community.

Severn Hospice reports rise in patient numbers

Shropshire Live

Severn Hospice has seen a 21% increase in demand for its services in the last 12 months.

MPs urge charities to control ‘chuggers’ in wake of public criticism

The Guardian

MPs have told firms involved in street fundraising that they have five years to address public concerns over the practice.

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