Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice

End Notes

12/06/2018

Novelist and short story writer Meaghan Delahunt reflects on her work at the Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice in Glasgow. She highlights the importance of creative writing in palliative care and how it's never too late for any of us to explore our full potential.

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10 Things You Didn't Know About Hospice Care

09/05/2018

Hospices are often thought of as sad places, but that couldn't be further from the truth.

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Professionals working in healthcare take a creative approach

03/05/2018

Kirsty Stansfield, artist at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, was invited to host a workshop on Tracing Autonomy at this year’s Arts and Health Ireland conference.

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Painting a journey of discovery

06/03/2018

I have always been crafty at the Blue Peter level, but never arty in any way. I have never considered myself to have any level of drawing skills, let alone the ability to lift a brush and produce a piece of work worthy of hanging on a wall.

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Crafting new friendships in day services

02/03/2018

Patient Gordon Currie explains why collaboration is key when it comes to working on craft projects in day services at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice.

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My leadership journey

01/03/2018

Gaining confidence and assertiveness are some of the benefits of the new Inspiring Leadership programme, explains Liz Smith, practice development facilitator at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice.

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Working with young adults in the art room

09/02/2018

Adapting our creative approach presents inspiring and exciting opportunities, explains The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice artist Kirsty Stansfield.

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Voices of young people must be heard

05/02/2018

Hospice care and support is vital for all ages, explains Janette McGarvey, young person’s development worker at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice.

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Transitioning young patients from children's to adult hospice care

02/02/2018

Involving young people in the development of hospice services is vitally important, explains Fiona Wylie, senior nurse for strategy implementation at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice.

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Books to support children through bereavement

31/01/2018

Parents, carers and professionals often often use books to support children through bereavement. This can also help to discuss feelings about the loss and reassure them, allowing space and time to normalise what has happened. This list of books is recommended to use with younger children, explains Ellen Lorimer, parent/carer development worker at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice.

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