• Why it's hard to stay 'professionally detached' during Dying Matters Awareness Week

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    Policy and Public Affairs Manager Duncan is used to being immersed in England's end of life policy work. But one week each year, Dying Matters Awareness Week, always prompts him to remove his 'professional mask' and think – really think – about what it is all for.
  • Our Rewrite the Future campaign: what happened next

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    More than twelve months on from the launch of Rewrite the Future – our 2016 campaign to end inequalities in care for people with neurological conditions – seems like a good time to sit down and consider what progress has been made, writes our Scotland Policy and Public Affairs Manager Elinor.
  • Helping you get the end of life care that is right for you

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    Person-centred care is a fundamental part of what we do at Sue Ryder. When it comes our end of life care, our focus is on working with every person to make sure they can spend the time they have left in the way they choose. This means understanding people’s particular needs...
  • A red letter data day

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    It’s an important day today for us in the policy team here at Sue Ryder. Today, the results of the biggest ever survey into the experiences of people with neurological conditions in England are published. It looks at vital issues such diagnosis, health care, social care and access to benefits...
  • Sue Ryder helps shape new end of life care guidelines

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    Think for a minute of the expertise that exists across Sue Ryder’s different health and care services. There’s the frontline staff who know first hand what goes into good care and there’s also the service directors who know how to run an effective operation and how it fits into the wider health and care systems...