A Scottish First: Diana Nurse Awarded Queen’s Nurse Status
A nurse with over 30 years' service who works for Children's Hospices Across Scotland - better known as CHAS - is to be awarded the prestigious title of Queen's Nurse by the Queen's Nursing Institute Scotland, in a ceremony held in Edinburgh Thursday, 29 November.
CHAS Volunteer Scoops Prestigious Hospice UK Award
An inspirational volunteer for Children's Hospices Across Scotland - better known as CHAS - has been crowned Volunteer of the Year 2018 at the Hospice UK Awards, held at the Telford International Centre, Shropshire Tuesday, 27 November.
Reflecting on the Palliative Care Congress in Montreal
I was delighted to learn back in March this year that the abstract I submitted to the 22nd International Congress on Palliative Care had been selected for presentation. This annual conference focuses on all aspects of palliative care, from the clinical side to the psycho-social side.
The Board of CHAS – who are they and what do they do?
Given that November 12th – 16th is National Trustees’ Week, I thought I’d take the opportunity to write a brief piece to remind you of the work of the CHAS Board of Trustees. Many of you will know that we exist, but you maybe aren’t so sure of our backgrounds nor how we structure our work as a Board. So, here goes…