Monthly Archives: May 2013

School’s in for Summer!

It may not be a hot summer, but it will be a busy one. We’ve plans for a lot of travel, summer schools, data analysis and……hopefully some sunbathing. Since last November, we’ve been speaking to professionals working in bereavement care, … Continue reading

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Caring for Carers: The Grief Angle

Since the UK Government’s plans to publish a Care Bill were announced in last week’s Queen’s Speech, there has been more media attention than usual on the work of those who provide unpaid support to ill and disabled family members … Continue reading

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