Daily News Roundup – 8 January 2016

Categories: In The Media.

Bury Hospice set to publish positive accounts at start of happier new year

Bury Times
Bury Hospice is set to file its latest accounts to signal the first bit of good news for 2016. Last month the Bury Times reported that the hospice had made £7,000 in the 2014/15 tax year, compared with a £600,000 loss the previous year.

Reassuring move on palliative care

The Scotsman
The Scottish Government’s new framework document helps put patients’ wishes first, writes Richard Meade.

Supporting those experiencing pain within a hospice

Sue Ryder blog
Emma Crutchlow is a doctor at Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court Hospice. In her second post, Emma talks about different types of pain people can experience.

Children’s hospice to expand respite service into Wiltshire – thanks to amazing Hollywood backing

Western Daily Press
A children’s hospice charity has set itself the target of expanding its respite care service to families in a second county – after receiving the backing of a stellar list of Hollywood stars.

Pilgrims Hospice in Canterbury is Kentish Gazette charity of the year

Kent Online
One in four people in the Canterbury district are thought to have been touched by the work of the Pilgrims Hospices. And now the hospice is set to get extra support from the Kentish Gazette after being named its Charity of the Year for 2016.

From across ehospice editions:

Community-based palliative care in Taipei

Former Ireland rugby star Barry Murphy urges people to support run in aid of Milford Hospice

Unity Hospice names employees of the year

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