"Disabled looks like me" campaign with Leonard Cheshire and Mimi Butlin is very close to my heart for a number of reasons. The first one is that the aim of the campaign is to breakdown disability stereotypes. One thing I used to get really upset and angry about is being judged because I didn't look how… Continue reading Disabled looks like me Campaign
Living with asthma for over 30 years I have experienced a lot of different medication, types (and colours) of inhaler and ways of managing my asthma. The types of inhaler have gone varied from a metered dose inhaler with a nebuhaler (similar to the volumetric but longer and thinner), to the spin haler and rotahaler… Continue reading Digital health and tele-monitoring.
I cant believe it was 365 days ago since the last World Asthma Day and 6 years since I really embarked on my journey into Patient and Public Involvement. I cant believe that when I did this newspaper article for World Asthma Day in 2014 I had no idea about where it would take me.… Continue reading World Asthma Day 2020