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Pseudo Obstruction Research Trust – Donate By Text

Christmas is a time for sharing and giving and being with family and friends.  Christmas day arrives and the celebrations begin.  Please spare a thought for those who will not be able to sit and enjoy a Christmas dinner with…

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It’s Christmas Time

It’s that time of year again: it’s Christmas time. Where has 2014 gone? It seems like yesterday that mum took the decorations down, and now they’re going to go back up again. Christmas is a difficult time for many people for…

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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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The J’s Hospice Charity Ball Speech

Bev (left), Mum Kate and I22nd November 2014 - I attended The J's Hospice Charity Ball in the role of guest speaker and had a wonderful night. I spoke about my care from The J's and how they have helped…

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Children’s Health and Wellbeing Takeover Day – My Speech

19th November 2014 - I gave a speech at the Children's Health and Wellbeing Partnership Takeover Day at the Department of Health. The event was organised to draw together important paediatric and child health professionals with young people and to work together…

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Chronic Intestinal Pseudo Obstruction and Motility Disorders Explained

Chronic Intestinal Pseudo ObstructionChronic Intestinal Pseudo Obstruction. Quite a mouthful, huh? Believe me, it's a lot harder to live with than it is to say it. Chronic Intestinal Pseudo Obstruction (abbreviated CIPs or CIPO) is a condition of the digestive tract…

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Finding Rainbows

Fifty-five thousand. 55,000! That’s how many views this blog has amassed at the time of writing this post. 55,000 people over the past 22 months have read my blog, or at least one of my posts. That’s 55,000 people educated…

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