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Fragile Hearts Grief Camp at YMCA Camp Silver Beach was held on Oct. 19, 2013, as the support program conducted by Hospice & Palliative Care Of The Eastern Shore celebrated its second successful session.
The red-haired toddler with a congenital heart defect would get excited when he realized that the car was headed toward Nationwide Children's Hospital.
Calvary Healthcare's push to establish the Riverina's first private rehabilitation unit, and a palliative care facility will be determined next month.
Rochester expert Timothy E. Quill, M.D. is co-editor of a new book exploring the ethics of palliative care, the medical specialty that focuses on pain and symptom management, patient and family support, and help with decision making.
An end-of-life hospice has received an "excellent" report from the Care Quality Commission following an unannounced inspection two weeks ago.
Susy Atkins, the BBC Saturday Kitchen resident wine expert, is joining forces with Deer Park Hotel in aid of Hospiscare.
The Irish Hospice Foundation is urging the public to support Early Childhood Ireland's National Pyjama Day this Friday, March 7th.
COOPERATION between health services for the benefit of the region's most vulnerable patients has been recognised with the launch of the After Hours Palliative Care Plan.
February 22nd was a weekend for fun and sell out fund raising events on the Central Peninsula.
The Elizabeth Hospice and CSU Institute for Palliative Care are hosting a four-week series for those who care for a family member or friend who is aging, ill or in decline on March 26, April 2, 9, 16 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at California State University, San Marcos Campus in Temecula, located at 43890 Margarita Rd., Room M41, Temecula, CA.
Marlene Hardy-Gomez, CNP, was nominated by her peers and was awarded Ohio Nurse of the Year in Palliative Care by the March of Dimes.
It was the middle of the night and I was visiting a hospice patient who was in severe terminal agitation.
Palliative chemotherapy is treatment designed for terminal cancer patients to prolong survival and ease symptoms but not cure disease.
It is without a doubt the worst thing a parent could ever go through. However, it's a reality for hundreds of New Zealand families every year.
Paula Widdas with Betty Quirk and Runcorn ladies who have raised funds for the hospice for more than 30 years It has teamed up with 26 hospices across the north west for a pioneering Granada TV campaign to raise awareness and boost funds.
Jo Blackburn, who has taken the helm for six months while a permanent chief executive is sought, has worked at Sue Ryder and Help the Hospices and was programme manager for end of life care in the West Midlands.