Tag Archives: end of life

How are you supposed to feel?

How are you supposed to feel When your best friend dies Of cancer. I don’t know how to feel It doesn’t feel real Empty inside I cannot hide The pain. Never again will we laugh and chat About this and … Continue reading

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In the shoes of a GP… reflecting on End Of Life care

Last week’s blog by Chris Roberts, who lives with younger onset dementia, has attracted a lot of interest. It just shows how important it is to hear from experts by experience – people courageous enough to share their stories. People helping … Continue reading

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In the shoes of… Delia Stearnes| Practice Nurse and Expert Patient…

The wisdom that is out there…  Patients spot the simple things that can make SUCH a difference… Tomorrow I am attending a high level meeting in London with Patient Engagement Leads from the NHS and people responsible for quality and … Continue reading

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