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Helping to find dignity, in death

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Irish Times |

Summary Dedicated care for people at the end of their lives is just as important as the medical care patients receive at any other stage of their lives. The Newgrange Process, for example, a pioneering project at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda, has been doing much work for the past couple of years to ensure that this care is provided for terminally ill patients. A national rollout plan, created by the Irish Hospice Foundation, for hospice-friendly hospitals, who would care for the terminally ill throughout Ireland, is being funded by Atlantic. For full article click here (subscription required): Irish Times

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