Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice

The growing problem of funeral poverty

08/02/2017

3 minute read

We’re still in a position where people aren’t talking openly about death and dying and planning for their funeral.

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Jane Miller - my role

01/02/2017

 2 minute read

Jane Miller talks about her role as the education facilitator at The Prince

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Supporting transitions in young adults with life-limiting illness

31/01/2017

4 minute read 

The needs of young adults were at the forefront of minds as healthcare professionals from across Scotland gathered to take part in a Supporting Transitions event at the Scottish Youth Theatre in Glasgow

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'I am lucky to do this job, it’s a privilege to be there for patients’

13/01/2017

2 minute read 

It is a real privilege to work with families at the time of a loved one’s death, says Ann Bradley, senior charge nurse of the inpatient unit at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice

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New Year New Challenge

06/01/2017

Tick off that new year’s resolution to get in shape and help support The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice at the same time.

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Supporting young patients in the move to adult services

04/01/2017

A new project between The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice and CHAS, Children’s Hospice Association Scotland, is key in the preparation to support the transition of young people to adult services

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Why caring for young people will be an important step forward in our new home

12/12/2016

Fiona Wylie, senior nurse for strategy implementation at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, explains why caring for young people will be an important step forward in our new home.

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Chaplaincy work

25/11/2016

Hospice chaplaincy work is not easy but it is vital, says Andrew Rooney, who is training for the ministry with the Church of Scotland and spent time at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice shadowing chaplain Leslie Edge

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Heart for the City

14/11/2016

As part of Co-production Week Scotland, Fiona Wylie, senior nurse for strategy implementation at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, talks about putting the idea into practice.

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Majabeen Ali's story

11/11/2016

Majabeen Ali was one of the first South-Asian volunteer at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice and is now our cultural liaison officer, the first at any hospice in Scotland. The hospice’s work in the community has now been recognised with a Charity Champion award this year. Majabeen works to explain to ethnic minorities that the hospice’s doors are open to them.

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