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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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Patient Leaders: What Are They and Why Are They So Vital?

We need a co-operative NHS, one in which patients and professionals can work together on an equal footing to improve our NHS and in which patients are valued for their expertise on the health service, being experts by experience. Patients'…

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Supporting Unpaid Carers: What Happens When A Carer Gets Sick?

I’m not sure why society is not better equipped to support unpaid carers. Why they are so often undervalued. They save the UK on average £132 billion a year, the cost of running a second NHS, so why do we…

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Junior Doctors – Why I Support Them

I am a medically complex patient who spends long periods in hospital, whose care is spread across 7 different London hospitals with about 12 consultants involved in my care, and who relies on and is kept alive by our NHS.…

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Children’s Palliative Care and the NOW Campaign

I know this is slightly different and perhaps not my normal sort of blog post, but this is something that is very important to me.  I have recently been appointed Global Youth Ambassador for the ICPCN (International Children’s Palliative Care…

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Leaders of Care: Speech on Transition

Thursday 27th November 2014 ~ Today I went to the children's palliative care conference "Leaders of Care - for equity, effectiveness and efficiency in children’s palliative care" run by Together for Short Lives to give a speech with my hospice nurse on transition.…

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SEND, Transition and Outcomes for Young People

The transition period is a difficult time. Young people have enough going on in their lives, so to be poorly and/or disabled just adds another dimension. Then when you factor in the change from children’s to adult’s services, it’s a…

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Jeans for Genes Day 2014

Today, Friday 19th September 2014, is Jeans for Genes day. Jeans for Genes is an annual fundraiser for Genetic Disorders UK to change the world for those living with genetic disorders. People pay to wear jeans at school or work…

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Personal Health Budgets

6th September 2014I recently transitioned over to a Personal Health Budget from Social Services Direct Payments and we are still sorting out the funds and what I need as my needs are increasing greatly year on year. Direct Payments worked…

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