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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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NHS Peer Leadership Academy: Day 5 (final residential)

Continuing in my series about the NHS Peer Leadership Academy, where you can read the blog about Day 1, the blog about Day 2, the blog about Day 3, the blog about Day 4 by clicking those links, in this…

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My Thoughts On The Future of Hospices 

Recently two people got in touch with me and asked me a question about my thoughts on the future of hospices and hospice care. I spent about 2-2.5 hours thinking, brainstorming, and writing everything down in an email response. However,…

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Personalised Care & Palliative Care: How Can They Help Each Other?

I’ve been writing this blog for a few weeks now but got interrupted by my admission to hospital with sepsis last Sunday. Then yesterday I saw a blog by Tracey Bleakley, CEO of Hospice UK, talking about the very subject…

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IHUG/ESNEFT User Group Celebration & Workshop; 12/10/18

Fantastic day today at the IHUG (Ipswich Hospital User Group) celebration at Ipswich Hospital today where I was giving a presentation and then supporting their workshop afterwards.   In my speech I talked about my work and achievements, how I…

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On Turning 25 (Tuesday 2nd October)

On Tuesday 2nd October it was my birthday; a birthday I was not expected to reach. I turned 25; which is at least 2 years longer than I was expected to reach. I’ve lived a quarter of a century! At…

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Another Year Over, A New One (almost) Begun – Reflecting on 2017

2017 has been an incredible year, I feel truly privileged for all the opportunities I’ve received, all the new roles and projects, all the experiences, places I’ve been, things I’ve done, people I’ve met. This year Molly and I started…

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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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Facing Facts; Still A Life Worth Living

On Tuesday 4th April, my hospice nurse Nicky and I sat down and talked the nitty gritty. We talked about how I am, what I've been up to, what's troubling me - the same as always. Then the conversation got…

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