How much can be achieved in two years?
The answer is a phenomenal amount if you set your mind to it! Continue reading
Posted in Blogs, co-production, communication, community engagement, compassion, education, health, in my shoes, leadership, maternity, personalisation, well-being
Tagged choice, choice and control, co-production, Compassion, empathy, make a difference, mat, outcomes, personalisation, Quality of life, relationships, respect, Twitter, Whose Shoes?
Sam Majumdar is a very special man. A champion of true diversity. Person-centred, living his values, encouraging and caring – oh, and a world-class surgeon as well! . Let diversity grow @WhoseShoes @VijayaNath1 @Musheer @johnwalsh88 @GuilfordHeike @Nicki_Haywood @carriemarr pic.twitter.com/aQAc4wu4Yi — … Continue reading
Posted in Blogs, Guest blog, leadership, personalisation, well-being
Tagged Compassion, empathy, leadership, make a difference, NHS, personalisation, relationships
MBRRACE-UK perinatal mortality report There is a lot of excitement in the #MatExp camp at the moment. So what’s new there? 😉 There was a wonderful workshop last week at Princess Royal Hospital. The room was packed and the #MatExp … Continue reading
Posted in Blogs, Guest blog, health, maternity, personalisation, safeguarding, well-being
Tagged #MatExp, birth, change, maternity, NHS, safety, transformation, WhoseShoes patient safety
We are really chuffed to be invited to take part in the opening session of the NHS transformathon – a 24 hour global engage-a-thon on 27/28 January led by Helen Bevan and Alison Cameron. You can read about it here … Continue reading
Posted in Blogs, co-production, community engagement, health, in my shoes, maternity, personalisation, well-being
Tagged "NHS Change Day", #MatExp, choice and control, Compassion, empathy, healthcare, make a difference, national maternity review, Quality of life, transformation, Twitter
I love it when I turn up at my mum’s place and she has a glint in her eye and announces “I’ve written a blog”. She then waves her handwritten piece at me and we read it together. I don’t … Continue reading
Posted in Gill's Mum, Guest blog, health, housing, personalisation, safeguarding, well-being
Tagged A&E, carers, choice, choice and control, dignity, disability, elderly, housing, mobility, older people, relationships, Whose Shoes?