35 Stories

Becoming a trustee the ‘right step to take’

Becoming a trustee the 'right step to take

Posted on 2nd January 2014 by St Peter's Hospice

  Peter Goyder has been a GP in St George for 20 years, and became a trustee of St Peter’s Hospice when he decided it was the ‘right next step to take.’ He is interviewed in the Bristol Post about &[...]

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We can help people to be independent

We can help people to be independent

Posted on 31st December 2013 by St Peter's Hospice

Living with a terminal illness can mean no longer being able to do the things that most people take for granted. Our occupational therapists work to ensure that patients can stay independent despite their illness. Anne, [...]

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‘Supporting patients is incredibly rewarding’

'Supporting patients is incredibly rewarding

Posted on 12th December 2013 by St Peter's Hospice

As part of our 35 Stories season in the Bristol Post, our specialist doctor Dida is interviewed about her role at Bristol’s only adult hospice. “It is incredibly rewarding when patients have complex physical [...]

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A privilege to work for the Hospice

A privilege to work for the Hospice

Posted on 10th December 2013 by St Peter's Hospice

Our Broadmead shop manager Jenny is interviewed in today’s Bristol Post, talking about how it is a privilege to work for the Hospice: ‘With its sparkling evening dresses, suspended snowflakes and green ribbon [...]

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Songs from the Heart

Songs from the Heart

Posted on 19th November 2013 by St Peter's Hospice

Our music therapist Jane Lings is interviewed in today’s Bristol Post, speaking about how she helps patients and families deal with terminal illness. “Music nearly always tells both me and the person I am [...]

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The Nursing has Changed

The Nursing has Changed

Posted on 18th October 2013 by St Peter's Hospice

Nurse Jan Little is featured in today’s Bristol Post, as part of our 35 Stories celebrating our 35th anniversary. “Patients are in control, that’s the most important thing,” Jan said. “We are[...]

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“A Privilege to Support a Person in the Final Days”

"A Privilege to Support a Person in the Final Days

Posted on 27th September 2013 by St Peter's Hospice

Our wonderful community nurse specialist Caroline is interviewed in today’s Bristol Post as part of our 35 Stories feature. “With her friendly face and soothing voice combined with a wealth of nursing [...]

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Hospice role has helped me deal with grief

Hospice role has helped me deal with grief

Posted on 17th September 2013 by St Peter's Hospice

Charlotte Bailey, one of our invaluable volunteers, spoke to the Bristol Post about how her work with the Hospice has helped her following the loss of her father nine years ago. The 32-year-old does not only do a range of[...]

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Sharing Expertise

Sharing Expertise

Posted on 29th August 2013 by St Peter's Hospice

Chris Townsend, Hospice Learning and Development Manager, shared his thoughts with the Bristol Post about how we share our expertise with healthcare professionals in the wider Bristol area. “There are more than 2,[...]

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