The Durham Advertiser
Willow Burn Hospice has unveiled an exhibition with a tea theme following a project with artists in residence. The exhibition will be on permanent display in the day hospice, as a legacy of the project.
The Bolton News
Bolton Hospice is closed to new admissions after being hit by the “winter” vomiting sickness.
Yvonne Sweeting from Warlingham shares how her stay on St Catherine’s Hospice’s inpatient unit changed her perception of hospice care.
A spike in the number of deaths in England and Wales last year was due to an increase in dementia and respiratory diseases such as flu among older people, according to official figures.
A haunting portrait by a Chinese artist of his grandmother lying in her hospital bed in the last stages of cancer has made the shortlist of three for the National Portrait Gallery’s annual prize.
Marie Curie blog
Blanka Aldridge shares her thoughts on what she has learned in her time working as ward sister at the Marie Curie Hospice, Hampstead.
Macmillan Learn Zone blog
The aim of the Macmillan community of practice for health and justice is to improve the knowledge and skills of staff working within this area by sharing best practice and the on-going difficulties we can all experience.
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