‘Forgetting difficult hospital admissions but then being haunted by memories and not being able to put them together and make sense of them all’

World Delirium Day- 17th March 2021 DeliriumĀ is a serious disturbance in mental abilities that results in confused thinking and reduced awareness of the environment. Delirium is rarely spoken about. Many people can feel ashamed because of the delirium they experienced due to the memories they have. There is often the perception that if you are… Continue reading ‘Forgetting difficult hospital admissions but then being haunted by memories and not being able to put them together and make sense of them all’

Discussing smart technology for asthma self-management at the Lung Health Cross Party Group at the Scottish Parliament

The following blog post was shared on the Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research website. I was so privileged to speak at the Lung Health Cross Party Group meeting at the Scottish Parliament. I spoke about digital health and how I have integrated smart technology in my life. "Following her presentation to the Scottish Parliament… Continue reading Discussing smart technology for asthma self-management at the Lung Health Cross Party Group at the Scottish Parliament

Attending (online) conferences as a patient.

The patient voice is becoming such a valuable asset to medicine, medical research, pharma development and medical conferences. After all you can learn all the technical stuff about the anatomy and physiology in text books but you can never learn just what it is like to live with a certain condition unless you go through… Continue reading Attending (online) conferences as a patient.