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Terminally Ill Patients Could Be Offered A Better Life

...s," Goswami told IANS. Kerala has a demonstration hospices centre attached to the Calicut Medical College that was set up by the World Health Organization and is run by the local member of the Indian Association of Palliative Care. The facility not only provides training but is also a regional research and d...

Terminally Ill deserves a better quality of Life

...s," Goswami told IANS. Kerala has a demonstration hospices centre attached to the Calicut Medical College that was set up by the World Health Organisation and is run by the local member of the Indian Association of Palliative Care. The facility not only provides training but is also a regional research and d...

Cancer Hospice Opens New In-patient Unit

...rds becoming "one of the very best palliative care hospices in the UK". Still another £1.8m has to be raised in order to fund the completion of the project. ...

Doctors Wary after Shipman Affair

...f GPs have increased their referrals to hospitals, hospices and specialized teams, although half report that there has been no change to their practice and only five per cent have stopped home visits to terminally ill patients. In response to the survey, Dr John Grenville, who gave evidence for the prosecut...

Wayne Rooney’s Fiancée Launches Hospice Wek

...xpressed her desire to raise awareness of the work hospices do as well as aid in the raising of much-needed fu...e Wirral. Coleen said, “The subject of children’s hospices is obviously one which is very close to my heart. Rosie suffers from Rett Syndrome which means she i...

Elevate End- Of- Life Experience by Enhancing Quality of Hospice Care

... overdue. The report showed that 46 percent of the hospices were found to be lacking in the quality of care. Expressing the need for regular surveys to understand the nature of improvements required to uplift hospice care, Daniel Levinson, inspector general of the Health and Human Services Department, said ...

India Plans Hospices for HIV Positive Women

... that the federal government is planning to set up hospices for HIV positive women . Minister for Women and ...velopment Renuka Chowdhury said, "We plan to start hospices in villages for those women who are thrown out of their homes due to their HIV positive status. Thes...

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