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Health & Care Workforce Crisis, Up-Skilling Staff & Task Delegation: A Solution?

It is no secret that the NHS and social care have a workforce crisis on their hands. With a shortage of approx 40,000 nurses and counting as one example, it really cannot be an issue we ignore. There’s also a…

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I Have A Mitochondrial Disease: Update On The Search For A Diagnosis

Thursday 15th November I had a neuromuscular follow up with my fantastic consultant Dr Ros Quinlivan at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. I've been seeing Dr Quinlivan after I was referred to the National Rare Mitochondrial Disease Service,…

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NHS Peer Leadership Academy: Day 6 – The Final Day

And so it is, the final day of the Autumn 2018 cohort of the NHS Peer Leadership Academy. This continues with my series in which you can read previous blogs sharing my PLA journey by clicking the hyperlinked text for…

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NHS Peer Leadership Academy: Day 1 of the First Residential

NHS Peer Leadership Academy Day 1 Well, what a day today has been. I write this late as we’ve been on the go all day. I am shattered. But it has been absolutely amazing. Meeting so many incredible people on…

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Awareness Weeks, Months & Days in September

Well back to blogging but on my new website. I thought I’d do a post about a few awareness days/weeks/months that are current this month or fall this week. Sepsis Awareness Month  First off, September is Sepsis Awareness Month. I’ve…

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Sepsis Survivors: How My Family Has Been Touched By Sepsis

(c) UK Sepsis TrustSeptember is Sepsis Awareness Month and Wednesday 13th September is this year's World Sepsis Day. My family has been touched by sepsis a number of times. We know too well how serious sepsis is. There’s an estimated…

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Charlie Gard: A Case With No Winners

Charlie Gard. A little boy whose care has polarised the world. A little boy with a severe condition called infantile encephalomyopathic Mitochondrial DNA Depletion Syndrome. He sadly passed away last week. His doctors for months had wanted to remove his…

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World Hospice & Palliative Care Day 2016 – Living & Dying in Pain: It Doesn’t Have To Happen

Today is World Hospice and Palliative Care Day, celebrating supportive/palliative and hospice care around the world. This year's theme is Living And Dying In Pain: It Doesn't Have To Happen. Palliative care has been a part of my life since April…

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Home Artificial Nutrition Week 2016

Most people have heard of feeding tubes, seeing kids with cancer and other illnesses with a NasoGastric Tube taped to their face. People know it’s possible to be fed through a tube in your nose down into your stomach. However,…

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Christmas in Italy Concert in aid of The Wingate Institute – My Speech

I was asked to speak at the Chelsea Chamber Choir's Christmas in Italy concert, the beneficiary being The Wingate Institute, a prestigious, world-renowned research institute dedicated to neurogastroenterology, particularly gut failure. I was asked to speak by my consultant Professor…

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