Recognition of Mission Policy is launched

The purpose of the Recognition of Mission policy is to publicly acknowledge individual and team achievements for staff and volunteers who have demonstrated an exceptional example of the Mission and/or the Core Values of Our Lady’s Hospice & Care Services, either directly or indirectly to their colleagues, patients, residents or families. Morale is boosted through…

Medicines Management in Palliative Care Education Course

The Pharmacy department’s Palliative Medicines Info Service held the 2nd Medicines Management in Palliative Care Education Course on the 5th November. Drawing on the principles of Palliative Care as they apply to the use of medicines, the course provided an exciting learning opportunity for pharmacist and other healthcare professionals with an interest in palliative care….

New Extension & Upgrade of Palliative Unit

Our Lady’s Hospice & Care Services carried out a whole-campus review in 2012, taking into account the suitability of existing buildings and the re-design of vacated areas following the move of residents into Anna Gaynor House from the original 1879 building.  From this review it was agreed to prioritise the development of a new Palliative…