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Get Ready To Be Reviewed By The Dying

Thursday, 23 May 2024, 11:07 am | Hospice NZ

Te Kahu Pairuri o Aotearoa Hospice NZ and agency partner Clemenger BBDO have launched a platform allowing those who are dying to rate the society they live in. More >>

World-first Review System Gives Voice To The Dying

Monday, 20 May 2024, 6:06 am | Hospice NZ

Hospice asks for participation to support societal change, More >>

Many Dying People Are Missing Out On Hospice Care

Sunday, 12 May 2024, 7:32 pm | Hospice NZ

This week is Hospice Awareness Week and Hospice New Zealand is launching a campaign to help raise awareness about the value of hospice care. More >>

Hospice Welcomes Funding Boost To Address Pay Parity

Friday, 16 June 2023, 12:06 pm | Hospice NZ

Hospices around the country are welcoming a funding boost announced this week to ensure their nurses can be paid the same as hospital nurses. Te Whatu Ora has agreed an $11.5 million annual funding boost for hospices to help resolve the significant ... More >>

Three Million Kiwis Anxious Talking About Dying - Hospice Awareness Week May 15-21

Sunday, 14 May 2023, 8:21 pm | Hospice NZ

“Its OK to feel how you feel” : Sharing patient and whānau stories for Hospice Awareness Week Hospice New Zealand is launching a campaign today to help raise awareness about the value of hospice care. The campaign It’s Ok features hospice patients ... More >>

Contribution Towards Pay Disparity – A Bandaid Not A Solution

Friday, 31 March 2023, 11:53 am | Hospice NZ

Hospices around the country are welcoming a pay boost next week as Te Whatu Ora pay out the first $40 million to close the pay gap between nurses in primary and community providers and Te Whatu Ora employed nurses. 27 hospices will receive a ... More >>

New CEO For Hospice New Zealand

Monday, 1 August 2022, 8:09 pm | Hospice NZ

Te Kahu Pairuri o Aotearoa/Hospice New Zealand has appointed Wayne Naylor as its new Chief Executive. Hospice New Zealand Board Chair, Jane Williams, says she is delighted and excited for Wayne to be confirmed in the role. “We were pleased to ... More >>

$3.1 million offers ‘breathing space’ for hospices

Monday, 27 June 2022, 10:16 am | Hospice NZ

Interim Health New Zealand’s $3.1 million of one-off funding for hospice care announced last week, has been met with gratitude from the sector and a call for more investment. More >>

“Every Moment Is Quite Precious”: Sharing Life Stories For Hospice Awareness Week

Monday, 16 May 2022, 6:27 am | Hospice NZ

Hospice New Zealand is launching a campaign today to help raise awareness about the value of hospice care. The campaign Share our Life Stories portrays hospice staff; a music therapist, clinical psychologist, biographer and volunteer; sharing their ... More >>

Cost Of Funding Hospice Races Ahead Of Inflation

Saturday, 7 May 2022, 7:47 pm | Hospice NZ

The hospice sector is calling for the government to provide an increase in base-line funding for hospices as costs sky-rocket because of inflation. “Hospice care is a valued and cherished service, that we expect to be there free of charge for our ... More >>

Hospice NZ Chief Executive Mary Schumacher Resigns After 16 Years At The Helm

Thursday, 18 November 2021, 10:39 am | Hospice NZ

The chief executive of Hospice New Zealand is stepping down after nearly 16 years leading the organisation. Previous Board chair, Richard Thurlow said Mary had led many achievements over the years and is well regarded nationally and internationally ... More >>

Misinformation About Palliative Care Dangerous In Euthanasia Debate

Friday, 9 October 2020, 6:42 am | Hospice NZ

As New Zealanders face the life and death decision on how to vote in the End of Life Choice referendum, a group representing providers of palliative care is coming forward to share their concerns on the misinformation and misunderstanding being ... More >>

High Court Action By Hospice New Zealand

Wednesday, 6 May 2020, 6:59 pm | Hospice NZ

On 9 April 2020 Hospice New Zealand lodged an application under the Declaratory Judgments Act 1908 in the High Court in Wellington. The application asks the Court to provide rulings on the legal meaning of certain aspects of the End of Life Choice ... More >>

Ten Hospices to benefit from Hospice NZ Grants Programme

Friday, 9 November 2018, 2:23 pm | Hospice NZ

More than $63,000 has been donated to hospice services throughout the country in the second year of the Harcourts Foundation funded, Hospice NZ Grants Programme . More >>

Rachel Hunter & Jo Seagar Support Hospice Christmas Campaign

Friday, 8 December 2017, 12:40 pm | Hospice NZ

Two of New Zealand’s Much-Loved Stars Support Hospice with Farmers for Their Annual Christmas Campaign! More >>

BNI NZ celebrates raising $1.5 Million for hospices

Wednesday, 6 September 2017, 10:40 am | Hospice NZ

Hospice New Zealand’s National Partner, BNI New Zealand, celebrates raising $1.5 Million for hospices throughout the country. More >>

Hospice NZ Reacts to Select Committee Report on End of Life

Friday, 4 August 2017, 12:21 pm | Hospice NZ

Hospice NZ has welcomed the report of the Health Select Committee’s investigation into the desire to end one’s life, which was tabled in the House earlier this week. More >>

Living every moment when you’re dying

Monday, 15 May 2017, 3:37 pm | Hospice NZ

Living every moment when you’re dying “People sometimes say that when you’re diagnosed with a life-limiting condition, it’s like holding a giant magnifying glass up to your life”, says Mary Schumacher, Chief Executive of Hospice New Zealand. ... More >>

Hospice funding enables innovation

Thursday, 4 August 2016, 5:26 pm | Hospice NZ

Hospice funding enables innovation As New Zealand’s population ages, hospices face an increasing number of referrals for their services. Last year, New Zealand’s hospices provided care and support for more than 18,000 people and their families ... More >>

Hospice Awareness Week

Friday, 13 May 2016, 11:23 am | Hospice NZ

When Russell Thompson was diagnosed with end stage heart disease last year, his wife Pat was desperate to care for her dying husband at home. “Russell kept saying he didn’t want to be a bother,” Pat says, “but I I told him that after 41 years ... More >>





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