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7 November 2014
Find Me Help, the UK's most comprehensive search tool for people in the last years of life, their carers, family and friends, has been launched as microsite.
5 November 2014
Dying Matters, in partnership with the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, has launched a groundbreaking short film aimed at improving understanding of the end of life needs of the Muslim community
5 November 2014
The latest edition of 'Planning For Your Future Care', one of our most popular publications, is now available to download and purchase.
7 October 2014
Parents are failing to make adequate plans for their children should they die early, a new survey by the Childhood Bereavement Network has revealed.
6 October 2014
New research reveals family carers of those living with terminal illnesses are not being provided with the support and information they need when managing and administering medication at home.
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.
17 September 2014
New guidance on managing bereavement at work which Dying Matters helped shape is being published by ACAS today.
12 September 2014
A collection of stories and poems about dying and bereavement submitted to a Dying Matters competition has won a top prize in a publishing competition.
10 September 2014
Dying Matters' lead charity, the National Council for Palliative Care (NCPC), together with Public Health England (PHE) have today announced an exciting new opportunity to apply to be one of six Pathfinder Communities to pioneer a public health approach to end of life care in England.
2 September 2014
Dr Hywel Francis MP has been appointed as the first ever Chair of Byw Nawr (Live Now), set up by the Dying Matters Coalition with the support of the Welsh Government to encourage people in Wales to talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement.
29 July 2014
A review of choice in end of life care is to be chaired by Claire Henry, Chief Executive of the National Council for Palliative Care (NCPC), the lead charity for Dying Matters.

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