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Andrew Grey, author of Theos report ‘Dignity at the end of Life’ appears on ‘The Big Questions’ discussing if the NHS still fit for purpose.
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Andrew Grey’s report for Theos on Dignity at the end of life is drawn upon in a BBC discussion on the NHS with Rabbi Dr Jonathan Romain and Professor Celia Kitzinger. Andrew argues that the NHS needs to invest further in end of life care and that we need to be ‘more open talking about death and dying and preparing for the end of our life, and making our wishes known, that would make things a whole lot better’.
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