Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice

Patients in art room take virtual tour of Australian gallery

08/11/2017

Art from the collection of Canberra's National Portrait Gallery was beamed into the art room at Carlton Place, giving patients an insight into the work of Australian Artists. 

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To Absent Friends celebrates the lives of loved ones who have passed away

06/11/2017

This week, all over Scotland, people are coming together to share food and stories to remember family and friends, explains The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice volunteer Jacqui Fernie.

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Hospice gets approval as training centre for doctors to become consultants

27/10/2017

Jo Prentice is the first doctor to train as a consultant at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice in Glasgow.

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Hospice Care Week visit explains what support is available to patients and families

18/10/2017

During Hospice Care Week, from 9-15 October, Jane Miller clinical nurse specialist from the Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice took the message about hospice care to a group of women who can directly benefit from our services.

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New hospice build update – October 2017

06/10/2017

It is week 56 of the 80-week build to construct our new home in Bellahouston Park and we have some amazing facts and figures to share.

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Patients develop new artistic skills in life drawing sessions

07/09/2017

Inks, large brushes and charcoal were used to learn new techniques in the art room at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, explains artist Sharon Goodlet.

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Inspiring Leadership programme is an investment in high quality healthcare

25/08/2017

A new pilot project, partly facilitated by The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, offers a safe haven for band six palliative care clinical nurse specialists to share and learn from each other, explains Jane Miller, the hospice’s education facilitator.

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To the finish line of Ironman 70.3

10/08/2017

The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice’s director of fundraising Heather Manson has written about her gruelling training regime to compete in Ironman 70.3 in Edinburgh. What happened on event day?

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Ironman 70.3 for the complete beginner

03/08/2017

The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice’s director of fundraising Heather Manson took on her biggest challenge yet when she signed up to take part in Ironman 70.3 in Edinburgh. Find out how she trained to take part in the 1.2-mile swim, 56-mile cycle and 13.1-mile run to raise money for the hospice.

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How to organise a fundraising event in NYC

21/07/2017

Jackie Malloy, senior corporate and events fundraiser at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, offers a look behind the scenes at the months of meticulous planning to launch our first international fundraising event - A Wee Glasgow Night in the Big Apple.

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