Campaign to end loneliness

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Addressing workplace loneliness in people living with a terminal illness

Joanne Smithson, Head of Implementation & Learning, What Works Centre for Wellbeing explains more about the connection between loneliness and wellbeing and being diagnosed with a terminal illness.  How can we support people with life-limiting illnesses to work while they are able to and want to? Our relationships and positive social connections are essential for…
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Loneliness is a major issue for people at the end of life: How do we tackle it?

Craig Harrison, Policy Manager for Marie Curie Northern Ireland, reflects on what we can do tackle loneliness and social isolation for people at the end of life.  Loneliness can become deeply entrenched  While loneliness has taken root in a lot of new places during the Coronavirus pandemic in the UK, for many people impacted by…
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