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18/12/2017 9:24 PM
Amazing words Sharenne. You captured the culture of our team as well as the wonderful potential for excellent palliative care in our new location. Thank you.
19/12/2017 10:25 PM
Wow Sharenne that’s such a well written reflection on your time as an enrolled nurse and then as a Palliative Care registered nurse.I have had the privilege of knowing you all those years ago at Ashford and more recently as a registered nurse.Your passion is quite apparent and now that you have moved location the next chapter begins and your high standard of care will continue.
21/12/2017 1:37 PM
What a lovely recount. Very big changes but undertaken with love, compassion, skill, and foresight. Thanks for your lovely blog. It made me smile. I am currently setting up a global end of life portal early in 2018. I would love to list your hospice if you and your team are interested. Merry Christmas and thanks again for making me smile today. Tracy
3/03/2018 1:10 AM
Hi Tracy, thankyou for your kind words, so appreciated! My suggestion would be to contact Kate Swetenham re listing on your portal. She can be contacted through caresearch.
4/01/2018 4:49 PM
Thanks Sharenne, a lovely read.
6/02/2018 8:03 AM
Beautiful article Sharenne. My husband passed away at home with the help of nurses and Drs from Daw House, I couldn't have managed without them. Three of my friends have passed away in Daw House and one renewing thier wedding vows. We are very lucky to have wonderful and caring people like you to help us through such tragic times. A big big thank you to you all. Yes, the building was a beautiful old place and sad you had to relocate however it is mostly the staff who make it what it is xx