Nurses difficult job anticipating patients’ needs
Our new research, has investigated nurses’ roles in ‘anticipatory’ or ‘just in case’ prescribing for patients at the end of life.
Marie Curie launches new five-year strategy to reach more people living with a terminal illness
What will care and support for people living with a terminal illness look like in the future?
The Marie Curie Quality Account – measuring the impact and quality of our patient experience
The Annual Marie Curie Quality Account outlines how we continually work to improve our services.
Roly Peto ‘bags the munros’ and over £8,000 for Marie Curie
On Sunday, Roly Peto finished bagging all 282 munros in just 54 days, raising almost £8,000 for Marie Curie.
About Me: More than illness, drugs and acronyms
Glasgow gears up for games
Marie Curie welcomes a new scheme from Help the Hospices that aims to reduce hospital deaths
Help the Hospices has called on the Government to back a new scheme which aims to cut the number of people dying in hospital by 50,000 each year.
Taking on a tough triathlon for Marie Curie
I’ve been planning this challenge for some time now; even before I signed on to the Power Peloton.
Little fundraisers get their hands dirty for Marie Curie
Each year, around 3,500 nurseries, schools and groups take part in our Mini Pots of Care fundraising activity.