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Gloucestershire Nurse Joins The National Association for Hospice at Home

Sue Ryder - Leckhampton Court Hospice in Gloucestershire is delighted to announce its Hospice at Home Manager, Heather Mitchell, has joined the National Association for Hospice at Home (NAHH) as a Trustee.

Read the article on Sue Ryder here →

 

Registration Now Open for the NAHH OACC Workshop – April 2016

In partnership with Hospice UK, the NAHH is running their OACC Workshop on Monday 25 April 2016.

The day will be facilitated by Marie Cooper, Practice Development Lead for Hospice UK and Dr Fliss Murtagh, Reader and Consultant in Palliative Medicine at the Cicely Saunders Institute.

Please click here for more information on the event and for details on how to register →

e-hospice article published by Kay Greene, NAHH Chair and Trustee

Kay reflects on the recent NAHH Annual Conference held in Leeds and several key pieces of work.

Read the article on e-hospice here →

Barbara Jack et al publish article, “Supporting family carers providing end-of-life home care: a qualitative study on the impact of a hospice at home service”.

Barbara Jack et al’s study explores bereaved family carers’ perceptions and experiences of a Hospice a Home service.

To read this article, please download the PDF below:

icon Supporting family carers providing end-of-life home care: a qualitative study on the impact of a hospice at home service (162.54 kB)

NAHH Trustee Heather Mitchell discusses end of life care on BBC Radio Gloucestershire

One of our Trustees, Heather Mitchell, featured on Anna King's radio programme on BBC Radio Gloucestershire on 7th October 2015.

Heather discussed end of life care, hospice at home, as well as our Association.

You can listen to the interview on BBC iPlayer via the link below (by 3rd November 2015) and skipping to 1 hour 11 minutes into the show:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p033534z

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