Television series shines a light on hospice life
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Television series shines a light on hospice life

Julie Penfold Freelance health journalist

Ellenor hospice, recently rated as outstanding by the Care Quality Commission, features in a 13-part documentary showing the day-to-day lives of staff, patients and families, as well as the care provided

Staff, patients and families at the Ellenor hospice in Gravesend, Kent, are the subject of a 13-part television series aiming to increase awareness of hospice care and the diverse range of support they provide.

Primary Health Care. 28, 5, 8-9. doi: 10.7748/phc.28.5.8.s7

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