2 hrs ago
NRHA: rural areas are lacking palliative care
The National Rural Health Alliance says public and private hospitals need to co-operate to deliver palliative services to remote areas.
8 hrs ago
The Janesville Gazette
After a decade, global AIDS program looks ahead
In this Dec. 15, 2008 file photo a patient is nursed in the hospice at the AIDS Care Training and Support Initiative at White River Junction, South Africa.
12 hrs ago
Palliative care in Colorado: CU Medical School training
As demand for palliative care grows, the need for medical providers with special training is growing, too.
18 hrs ago
Detroit Free Press
Paul A. King new executive director of UM children's hospital;...
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Mon May 20, 2013
Beth Wilson, Ira Byock, Nichaud Fitzgibbon
Former Health Services Commissioner Beth Wilson AM is Jon Faine's co-host. She is the new Patron of the CFA , continuing to speak out about things which are often left unsaid.
This Is Bristol
VIDEO: Children's Hospice South West Rainbow Run 2013
The sun shone over the first ever Rainbow Run yesterday, which included a colourful surprise as runners passed five checkpoints.
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Crucial need for hospice care beds
Members of the panel at the community forum on palliative care pictured left to right; Gerry Latham, director of clinical services, St.
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The Fair Work Ombudsman is to take part in the Pregnancy, Babies & Children's Expo later this week .
Sun May 19, 2013
Grand Island Pennysaver
Schoellkopf hospice unit named in honor of Town of Niagara resident
Members of David Winker's family were on hand last week as Niagara Hospice and the Schoellkopf Health Center at Niagara Falls Memorial announced that the new hospice unit will be named David's Path.
Your Leek Paper
Off the beat for charity
A PCSO who swapped pounding the streets of Cheadle to climb the world's tallest mountain has returned from his challenge.
St Lukes in Royal Mail delivery row
St Luke's Cheshire Hospice's retail and operations manager Steven Holmes , lottery and promotions manager, Claire Langston, and nurse Diane Collins with some of the leaflets they claim Royal Mail failed to deliver ST LUKE'S Hospice in Winsford is blaming the Royal Mail for non-delivery of a newsletter which it claims has led to a funding shortfall.
Sat May 18, 2013
The Mountaineer Publishing Company
MedWest Haywood Hospice and Palliative Care 2013 Annual Service of Celebration and Remembrance
This participatory celebration will include music, singing, candle lighting, naming of those who have died, time for sharing of favorite memories, a place for displaying photographs and weaving of memories and prayers, additional commemorative rituals and the lighting and release of sky and water lanterns.
Coffee consumption associated with reduced risk of autoimmune liver disease
Research presented today at Digestive Disease Week explores new discoveries in liver disease research, with findings about the impact of coffee on autoimmune disease and palliative care for cirrhotic patients.
Fri May 17, 2013
Africa: Easing Africa's Pain - the Need for Palliative Care
With the prevalence of chronic diseases rapidly increasing in Africa, expanding palliative care will be essential to help patients live with dignity.
Palliative care training expanded on P.E.I.
A pilot project recently trained staff in two nursing homes and Charlottetown's Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Duo trek for hospice funds
A cancer sufferer who planned to do a charity trek with her friend sadly died before she could take part.
Take five steps to be prepared
BE AWARE: Dr Simon Challand, palliative care consultant, Sonia Spurr, CCG partnerships and projects officer, Eve Richardson, project chief executive, and Mary Fisher, palliative care nurse.
Thu May 16, 2013
The Chaplaincy in Tri-Cities picks new director
Weil has been executive director at Hospice of North Idaho for a decade, increasing the number of patients, growing assets and adding programs, including Idaho’s first inpatient hospice center, according to The Chaplaincy.
Eastern Daily Press
New Diss mayor vows to keep the town at the forefront of minds
The new Mayor of Diss has vowed to keep the town in the forefront of people's minds as he took over the mantle from outgoing mayor Graham Minshull.