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Meeting 2 of the NHS Assembly: Supporting Carers, Workforce and Environmental Impact

I’ll start this blog with “Happy 71st Birthday NHS!”. What an institution our NHS is, and what it achieves, I’m living proof of the success of our NHS, despite the challenges it faces. If you want to know what the…

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Dying Matters Week 2019 – Are We Ready? Our Short Films

This week it has been Dying Matters Week 2019; 13th-19th May. The theme this year was “Are We Ready?” and what a great theme it is, as we really aren’t ready and we need to be. Dying Matters Awareness Week…

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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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Care of Dying Adults – Blog Adaption Of My Speech

On Friday 18th January I was invited by Healthcare Conferences UK as part of my role within the Hospice UK People in Partnership Forum to deliver the first speech at their conference titled “Care of Dying Adults in the Last…

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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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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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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 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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