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Newsletter – Issue 3 [September 2019]

Welcome to our self-care edition. It's so important to take good care of your body, mind, and soul every day. We're proud to show you how EPC actively promotes self-care within our organisation, and we're happy to share some self-care hints and tips for carers. Click here for the full...

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Newsletter – Issue 2 [June 2019]

We celebrated National Palliative Care Week from 19th-25th May. As an annual event, this special week gives palliative care services an opportunity to showcase what palliative care has to offer. Each year EPC undertakes different events to support our community to understand and engage with palliative care. Click here for...

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Newsletter – Issue 1 [March 2019]

Welcome to 2019 – another year that promises to be exciting for EPC. We have our Accreditation visit in March and we are currently gearing up to showcase our great services. We are also embarking on new projects including the provision of Nurse Respite in the home for clients who...

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Newsletter – Issue 4 [December 2018]

Welcome to another EPC News! In this issue, we focus on our fundraising efforts and the challenges EPC face to support our palliative care community. Although mainly Government funded, this alone is not enough to sustain the high level of support provided. As a result, fundraising is always high on...

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Newsletter – Issue 2 [June 2018]

Behind the Scenes. In every leading organisation, with an on-the-road workforce doing important work every day, there is inevitably a support force running in the background. At EPC, this is the Corporate Services Team. Most of you will already know Sally, our long serving smiling face of the organisation [officially...

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Newsletter – [September 2018]

My Life at EPC by Peter Gurr For me, it all begin back in 1996 when a fellow colleague contacted me and asked, 'what are you doing? I've got a little organisation that needs your skills for their committee'. That little organisation had only been operating a couple of years...

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