Daily News Roundup – 8 February 2013

Categories: In The Media.

A day in the life of a dementia care coordinator

The Guardian – social care network

Janine Hayes spends a lot of time out of the office and though the job can be tough emotionally, there is a plenty of satisfaction.

Nurses who don’t care about patients must leave the NHS

The Telegraph

Compassion must be an essential qualification for the nursing profession, which is at the heart of the NHS, says Jane Cummings, chief nursing officer for the NHS in England.

Most suspected cancers ‘referred after first GP visit’

BBC News

More than 80% of patients with suspected cancer in England are referred by their GP after just one or two consultations, a study suggests.

Hackney’s hospice branded exceptional

Hackney Gazette

The Care Quality Commission has given St Joseph’s Hospice a clean bill of health in its latest inspection, reporting that patients described the care as exceptional and loving and staff felt proud and privileged to work there.

Hospice at Home wants to open base in Cumbrian town centre

In Cumbria

Hospice at Home West Cumbria plans to open ‘first class facilities’ in the heart of Workington.

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