For People Living With Cancer

‘Patient experience,’ what is yours?

'Patient experience,' what is yours?

Well, I’ve decided with this post to step into the murky waters of ‘patient experience.’ This has been building for some time, but it seems to have come to a head this week. If I’m honest, my own recent personal experience, was the straw that broke the camels

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How has cancer changed you?

How has cancer changed you?

“I am now on the other side of treatment. My hair is coming back, much different than it was before, but beautiful. However my body will never be the same. The things that will never be the same are not things people can see, but I know. 

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Healthcare must quickly learn to embrace social media.

Healthcare must quickly learn to embrace social media.

This past week has been a particularly varied one, which is what I really enjoy. I have done some speaking, writing, and lots of personal engagement. I have received some fantastic feedback from last week’s post, and have been involved in some very fruitful dialogue. What I

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Raising awareness,new boundaries?

Raising awareness,new boundaries?

Well, firstly I would like to welcome you to my shiny new website! It is a very sentimental time for me, as two years ago, I was persuaded to create an internet presence. I was told it would be a good thing. That piece of advice became

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Caring for the carer

Caring for the carer

This week I am delighted to have the opportunity to write a piece about carers. Firstly I would like to say that this is not a word that I like personally, although I have thought long and hard over many years, to find one better! When I

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Sharing a cancer experience

Sharing a cancer experience

Having been unwell for most of December, and early January, I made a deliberate plan to not chase any more commitments for the new year. I had cleared my diary, and had completed my work. Although I had few speaking engagements on the horizon, my blogging and

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The power of nature!

The power of nature!

In the last couple of months the weather has been absolutely crazy in the UK. I don’t think I can remember such a prolonged spell of wind and rain, in my life time. I have seen pictures of flooding and damage, that I could never imagine I

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Blood cancer and stem cell transplants

Blood cancer and stem cell transplants

Although I had decided this weeks blog subject, very early on, I am always open to flexibility, if  something important comes up. It did, but ironically it included the subject I had decided to write about! Via Twitter, I received a link, to another blog, written by an

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