Including end of life care is ‘inappropriate’, says charity as it joins GPs in opposing proposals to widen charging regime
Glasgow Evening Times
The boss of a Glasgow hospice who was suspended last year amid bullying claims has left her post. Shona Robinson worked at the Marie Curie palliative care centre in the city’s east end for five years.
Libby Sallnow is a clinician and doctoral researcher at St Joseph’s Hospice, London, and the University of Edinburgh. Here, she explains the background to her longer research article selected as ‘Editor’s choice’ in the March issue of Palliative Medicine.
Yorkshire Evening Post
The team at Wheatfields Hospice in Leeds are hoping to create some truly treasured moments for the families they care for. They are looking to raise money to support the work of the Headingley-based service to provide support to hundreds of people living with life-limiting conditions.
Hebden Bridge Times
The Overgate Hospice charity shop in Hebden Bridge will re-open this week, almost two months after the devastating flood Boxing Day floods hit the Calder Valley.
Marie Curie blog
Melissa Tiley-Waters took time out behind the scenes of the Great Daffodil Appeal 2016 advert explain why she became a Marie Curie healthcare assistant and what it means to her.
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