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2019 Review Blog – What A Year!

Well, what a year 2019 has been. Not the best on the health front by any stretch of the imagination, but an incredible year in many other ways. This year is the year I was announced as the 9th most…

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ITV Corrie – Sinead Storyline – Wish They’d Included An Advance Care Planning Conversation?

I have been watching the Coronation Street storyline about Sinead dying from terminal cancer with great focus. Corrie tackling an important topic, not just cervical cancer, but death and dying too. I feel they've done well with the storyline, whilst…

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Imposter Syndrome, Tall Poppies, Peer Leadership & Strategic Coproduction

In this blog I discuss strategic coproduction and peer leadership, the feeling of 'imposter syndrome' and the concept of 'tall poppies', and sharing my experiences of the above. I also share a definition of what I feel a peer leader…

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Sitting on the NHS Assembly & Supporting Implementation of the NHS Long Term Plan

With everything going on in the country currently, you’d be hard pressed to be able to ignore the negative press around the NHS, its future, the care it’s providing, patient satisfaction, and how other countries (without naming them) are trying…

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#OpenUpHospiceCare 2019

This week it’s #OpenUpHospiceCare week, run by Hospice UK. A successful campaign that seeks to break down myths surrounding hospice care, raise awareness of the amazing work of hospices and to secure support for hospices and encourage communities to get…

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Rare Disease Day 2019 – What Rare Means For Me

Today is Rare Disease Day 2019, celebrating people living with, and raising awareness of rare diseases.  There are between 6000 and 8000 rare diseases, with new ones being discovered on a regular basis and equally more and more already known…

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Communication in Healthcare: My Experiences & Thoughts

This blog is an adaptation of a speech I recently gave at King George Hospital, Ilford, at the Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust day on palliative and end of life care. It was well received and I…

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2018 – What A Year! & Looking Ahead to 2019

What a year 2018 has been. Such highs, such lows, but overall, it’s been an incredible year. I have had such fun, achieved a lot, received recognition for my work, been involved with even more work and projects, I’ve given…

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Caldicott Principles & Information Sharing At End Of Life – Blog Adaptation Of My Speech

Introduction: This blog is an adaptation of a speech I gave at a Healthcare Conferences UK (HC UK) conference on information sharing for patients and families, and across services at end of life, delivered at the “Caldicott End Of Life…

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International Day of Persons with Disabilities – 3rd December 

Today, 3rd December, is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. As a woman with a disability living in the UK, I wanted to write a blog to celebrate this day and talk about some issues that are important to…

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