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30 September 2014
A £650,000 prize fund has been launched by the NHS Chief Executive Simon Stevens to encourage and reward innovation in the NHS.
19 May 2011
<p>Health Secretary Andrew Lansley was among an illustrious line-up of speakers at the National Council for Palliative Care’s (NCPC) 20th anniversary event on 17 May, which took place during Dying Matters Awareness Week. The NCPC is the umbrella organisation for Dying Matters.</p>
13 May 2011
<p>Last night (Thursday) the BBC One documentary Inside the Human Body showed the death of an elderly man, attracting some criticism. Dying Matters and National Council for Palliative Care Chief Executive Eve Richardson has issued a statement in response to the programme.</p>
4 May 2011
<p>Voluntary sector leaders, including National Council for Palliative Care and Dying Matters Chief Executive Eve Richardson, were at Downing Street on Wednesday to share their views on the proposed reforms of the NHS as part of the new Listening exercise.</p>
15 April 2011
Voluntary sector leaders, including National Council for Palliative Care and Dying Matters Chief Executive Eve Richardson, were at Downing Street on Wednesday to share their views on the proposed reforms of the NHS as part of the new Listening exercise.
15 April 2011
Healthcare professionals are among the callers who have contacted a groundbreaking palliative care advice line since it was launched by a Suffolk hospice nine months ago.
6 April 2011
New guidance out today highlights the wide-ranging and sensitive care it is helpful that nurses and their colleagues undertake when an adult dies.
1 April 2011
Students from the Sixth Form Art Hospice Group have picked up a prestigious Jack Petchey Achievement award for their work with Dying Matters.
24 March 2011
The majority of people would rather improve the quality of life in the time they had left rather than extend their life, a Europe-wide survey has revealed.
21 March 2011
East and North Herts NHS Trust is leading a campaign to help terminally ill people die at home rather than in hospital.
18 March 2011
Dying Matters, together with the National Council for Palliative Care, believes all secondary school pupils in England should be taught about issues relating to death and dying as part of the national curriculum.

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