Daily news roundup – 9 June 2016

Categories: In The Media.

Garden party to launch new unit for Darlington’s St Teresa’s Hospice

The Northern Echo
Hundreds of guests have been given a first glimpse of the new inpatient unit at St Teresa’s Hospice, Darlington.

​Downing Street hosts Children’s Hospice South West celebration

North Devon Journal
Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) has celebrated 25 years of service with a celebratory reception at 10 Downing Street.

‘The Big Readcycle’ launched nationwide for a second year

Charity Today
Marie Curie and WHSmith have partnered once again to launch ‘The Big Readcycle’ to help support people living with a terminal illness.

Sir Patrick Stewart: Give terminally ill British people the right to die with dignity

Mirror
Sir Patrick Stewart is urging Britain to follow in California’s footsteps and make assisted dying for terminally ill people legal.

What are journal editors looking for in a research paper?

EAPC blog
Dr Catherine Walshe, editor of Palliative Medicine, the research journal of the EAPC, discusses what makes a good paper, and how the journal has chosen its ‘paper of the year’.

Supporting unpaid carers: what happens when a carer gets sick?

Lucy’s Light
Blog by Lucy Watts for Carers Week on what happens when a carer gets sick: “It’s the most stressful and upsetting thing in the world.”

From across the ehospice editions:

International edition: Center to Advance Palliative Care announces free membership for low income countries

International edition: 9th World Research Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care starts in Dublin

South Africa edition: Dream it. Wish it. Do It.

USA edition: Consumer Reports health-focused resources more accessible