BBC Radio 4: How to be calm about dying

How to be calm about dying David Schneider talks to Palliative Care consultant Kathryn Mannix about the process of dying, and how by accepting and understanding you can experience a 'good death'. First broadcast on One to One, 9 November 2015. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p037lkp0

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What’s new in e-ELCA?

What's new in e-ELCA? e-ELCA has been recommended as part of a blended learning approach by the 'Training and Education in End of Life Care' report, commissioned by HEE to review the efficacy of existing education and training resources on...

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Prof Rob George quoted in the Independent

Making UK a better place to die: Patients in their final days present a unique challenge to carers and hospices http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/features/making-britain-a-better-place-to-die-patients-in-their-final-days-present-a-unique-challenge-to-a6723246.html

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Millions of over 50s voice concern about end of life care in UK

Marie Curie is releasing a YouGov survey which shows that the over 50s are concerned about end of life care in the UK. The findings coincide with the release of ‘The way we die now’, a collection of personal...

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Workforce 2014 Survey Analysis Now Available

APM Workforce Commentary 2015 2014 Workforce Survey Analysis (appendix 1)

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