Daily news roundup – 6 October 2016

Categories: In The Media.

Local hospice was invaluable for isolated parents of seriously ill children

The Express
As part of Hospice Care Week, two parents share their experiences of how Haven House Children’s Hospice in Essex has supported them in their time of need.

How hospice care makes a difference

Funeral Zone
Interview with Dr Ros Taylor, palliative doctor at Royal Marsden Hospital, London, and clinical director at Hospice UK.

A day in the life of a Gloucestershire hospice nurse

Gloucestershire Live
Nurse Natalie Worrall has provided an insight into what life is like working at Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court Hospice.

Hospice looking for new chairman

Cambridge News
Arthur Rank Hospice is recruiting a new chairman, after Stuart Evans announced he is to step down at Easter after seven years in the role.

Ten things you didn’t know about Peace Hospice Care

Watford Observer
To mark Hospice Care Week, Peace Hospice Care is busting some common myths about hospice care and helping the local community understand more about their work and why they matter.

Living and dying in pain – it doesn’t have to happen

End of life studies blog
Kate Jackson, editor of the international edition of ehospice, on the theme for World Hospice and Palliative Care Day 2016: ‘Living and dying in pain: It doesn’t have to happen’.

“It’s about being able to forget your illness and lose yourself in the art”

Marie Curie blog
Steve Davis is an art tutor with a particular approach to the classes he leads at the Marie Curie Hospice, Bradford. He believes that art is for everyone, and wants to help the patients who enjoy his classes find a sense of peace by getting lost in painting.