Tag Archives: NHS

In the shoes of … Sam Majumdar. A very person-centred surgeon.

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

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In the shoes of Victoria Morgan… | Reflecting on #MatExp and the impact it is having

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

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Our #MatExp #NHSChangeDay campaign goes live … closely watched by Simon Stevens, NHS CEO ;-)

Whose Shoes? is a concept that gets people from all perspectives discussing important issues together as equals, regardless of roles or hierarchies. Mums, professionals, reception team all discussing #matexp together @TeamMidwife @WhoseShoes pic.twitter.com/Vw5yzmKour — ✨ Kath Evans ✨ (@KathEvans2) February 5, … Continue reading

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In the shoes of … | Ellie Milner, a West Midlands #NHSChangeDay Hubbie :)

Every so often – and sometimes more frantically – my phone pings with a WhatsApp message. I am not really into WhatApp so I know it is likely to be another message from one of the fab group of West … Continue reading

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In the shoes of … | Shahana Ramsden, Patient and Public Voice Manager, NHS England, looking forward to the Open House…

I am delighted to publish a new guest blog today by Shahana Ramsden, with news of the forthcoming NHS England ‘Open House Days’. Shahana’s bubbly memories of her childhood remind me of the lovely guest blog by Anne Cooper. Shahana addresses how … Continue reading

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Whose Shoes? is all about values – putting the person in the centre… and MAKING IT REAL!

The last few weeks have been busy. I have been running Whose Shoes? workshops demonstrating the new electronic tool, firstly at the fab #KentDigiCare event which I wrote about here and then at an interesting collaborative event at Loughborough University, … Continue reading

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The power of stories… and really listening…

Through the blog series, I get the chance to post some amazing stories – flagging up the realities (good and bad) of passionate people who are involved in the health and social care systems. I use the plural deliberately as … Continue reading

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In the shoes of … Alison Cameron | Patient leader & active citizen – Part 2

On Monday, I posted Part 1 of Alison Cameron’s astonishing story. It has been a ‘best seller’ …… I will post part 2 here, but then will re-visit shortly as these powerful blogposts have raised a LOT of issues about … Continue reading

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You (we!) must be the change you (we!) want to see in the NHS*

As the creator of Whose Shoes? my pledge for #NHSChangeDay is to help people in the #NHS & their partners work together for positive change! — Gill Phillips (@WhoseShoes) March 12, 2013 This is my pledge for NHS Change Day. … Continue reading

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On a roll – #dementiachallengers look forward to 2013!

“Never underestimate how a small group of committed people can change the world – indeed it is the only thing that ever has” – Margaret Mead. I used this quote once before on my blog when we first set up … Continue reading

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