Tomorrow is World Asthma Day aka WAD! This time last year I didnt think too much about it and never even thought I would be where I am today. I was focused on my Step Dad's 60th birthday which happened to fall on WAD. I have never really done much for WAD. However last year… Continue reading World Asthma Day 2015
Anyone with asthma or even any long term condition wants a cure to be found for their condition. A cure would mean so much, less medication, no hospital appointments, less time miss off work, ability to get travel insurance, do the work you want, play the sport you want, sleep a full night, not feel… Continue reading A cure would be great but control would be better.
Our Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) Forum lead gave a short course on what PPI is and how to use it in research as well as the benefits of using PPI which is often a forgotten entity in the research process. I was observing this course and chipping in periodically along with one of the… Continue reading Patient and Public Involvement aka PPI
Today has been one of those days where bits and pieces happened and the end result should make a huge difference. Today was a particularly bad day breathing wise. I knew I was starting late for work as I was due time back but nebbing hourly from 5am was not the way I planned to… Continue reading Small steps will make big changes.
It has been quite a year this year. So much has happened!!! January- I started working in the Community Dialysis Team and it has been fantastic. It has not gone quite as planned. I had hoped that moving to CDT would mean my health would be much better and I would be able to get… Continue reading Review of 2014
It is this time of year where we are so grateful for our families and friends. We can celebrate Christmas and see in the New Year surrounded by those we love and cherish. That being said it is also a time for many families to remember those who are not with them. Those who have… Continue reading Friends lost and why change is needed so desperately